Cardiff Records, Volume IV, Chapter 1V
MINUTES OF COUNCIL &c, 1708-1740

NAME INDEX

Transcribed by Patricia Sewell 1997
email: pat.sewell@btopenworld.com
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Last Modified: 4th May 1997


The following extract is from the introduction to this Chapter:

Careful search on the part of the Archivist has failed to bring to light any earlier Minutes of the Cardiff Town Council than those dealt with in the present Chapter. We cannot doubt that earlier records of the proceedings of this body have existed; and indeed, we have documentary evidence that there were such records dating back to the time in which King James II. left England. Writing in 1824, Town Clerk Wood said; "The oldest book in the Corporation coffers begins in the year 1688"; and, from one of his quotations therefrom, it is clear that this was a Minute Book of the Town Council, with entries extending from 1688 to 1710 - perhaps a little later. In March 1894, this book was not to be found among the muniments in the custody of the Town Clerk.

The information is in 5 columns:
Column 1 :- surname
Column 2 :- christian names
Column 3 :- page number of Record in the Chapter
Column 4 :- year of Record
Column 5 :- short description

                                     
?                     Edmond           215     1720         ye taylor was paid for a jobb. 6d
?                     James            215     1720         ye sawyer; was paid 2s 6d for work
?                     Oliver           215     1720         was paid 9d for carrying out ye rubbell
ABBIES                John             223     1724         "to Mr John ABBIES pr Note 16s 10d"
ABBIESS               John             192     1712         was paid for Nails & One bundle of Latts 7s 7d
ABBIS                 John             231     1725         was paid 1L.6s.6d for Iron work
ABBIS                 John             234     1729         "being poor left unpaid 7s 6d"
ABBIS                 John             239     1736         ironmonger; disfranchised
ABBIS                 John             257     1747         was sworn publick Weigher
ABIESS                John             189     1711         was paid for Latt Nails 3s 4d
ABRAHAM               Mary             302     1738         of the Castle Precincts in the City of Bristoll
AILWORTH              Anne             237     1731         was looked after by Eliz. GIBBON
ALEXANDER             William          255     1746         Mariner, of the parish of Sully,  admitted freman
ANDREWS               ?                190     1711         Vicar
ANDREWS               ?                232     1725         Doctor
ANTHONY               John             237     1731         constable
ARCHER                ? Mr             190     1711         was paid for Ropes 4s 6d
ATTWOOD               ? Mr             231     1725         was paid 5s for a doz. pound of Candles
ATTWOOD               William          286     1769         tallow chandler; admitted a Burgess
ATWOOD                William          288     1773         was sworn Bailiff
AYLWARD               Henry            240     1737         of Lantwit Magor, sworn a Burgess or ffreeman
AYLWORTH              Anne             205     1718         "paid for nurseing Anne AYLWORTHS son 17s 6d
AYLWORTHS             Ann              230     1725         paid for a pair of shoes for Ann AYLWORTHS son (recurs)
BALL                  ? Mr             304     1739         was paid 1s
BAMBRICK              ?                222     1714         paid for a pair of Stockings for BAMBRICK's child 4d (poor money)
BARREL                James            283     1767         sworn a Constable
BARREL                James            284     1767         baker; admitted Burgess
BASSETT               John             284     1767         yeoman of Lavernock; admitted a Burgess
BASSETT               Richard          284     1767         yeoman of Lavernock; admitted a Burgess
BASSETT               Thomas           284     1767         yeoman of Lavernock; admitted a Burgess
BEAVOR                ? Mr             213     1720         was paid 4s 2d for sodering the new window
BEMBRICK              ? Mrs            233     1729         widow, was paid 3d "she laying out mony to ye use of Emanuel GRANDFEILD"in his illness
BEMBRICK              John             194     1715         was paid �7s
BEMBRICK              Thomas           181     1712         was paid 4s 5d by disbursments on the Towne Account
BERROW                ? Mr             199     1715         was paid �17.6d
BEVAN                 Jn.              207     1718         was paid 13s his Qr. for nurseing AYLWORTHS child
BIRD                  ? Mr             304     1737         the painter; was paid 7s
BIRD                  ? Mr             306     1740         was paid 6s.6d for painting the Pump
BIRD                  John             259     1748         s/o Margaret BIRD of Cardiff, widow; was bound apprentice
BIRD                  John             274     1759         shoemaker; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee 3s 4d
BIRD                  John             286     1768         shoemaker; was sworn Serjeant at Mace
BIRD                  Margaret         259     1748         widow; her son John BIRD was bound apprentice to Jacob ROSSER, shoemaker
BIRT                  Peter., esq      293     1777         applied for a Lease of Lands & Buildings
BLONT                 Ioan             227     1722         "pd for looking after Ioan BLONT and of her (blank) 18s"
BOWEN                 Ffrancis         252     1744         shoemaker; sworn into the office of Constable
BOWEN                 Francis          255     1746         shoemaker; admitted freeman, fee 3s 4d
BOWEN                 John             301     1740         Rent Roll, a house in West Street for the lives of Cradock NOWEL, Thomas NOWEL, and Henry son of Hugh LEWIS
BOWEN                 Ralph            241     1737         sworn constable for the town
BOWEN                 Ralph            262     1753         innkeeper; duly elected admitted and sworn Common Councell man
BOWEN                 Ralph            302     1739         substantiall householder; appointed Overseer for the Parish of St.Johns
BOWEN                 William          264     1757         sworn Constable
BOWEN                 William          274     1759         baker; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee 13s 4d
BRADFORD              ? Mr             191     1712         was paid for mending ye Vestry
BREWER                David            217     1720         "received of David BREWER for being made ffreeman 3s 4d"
BREWER                Dorothy          299     1738         Rent Roll, daughter of Nicholas BREWER (see Mary FARMER page 299 c1729)
BREWER                Dorothy          299     1738         Rent Roll, widow of Nicholas BREWER
BREWER                Florence         299     1738         Rent Roll, daughter of Nicholas BREWER (see Mary FARMER page 299 c1729)
BREWER                Florence         299     1738         Rent Roll, widow of John BREWER, a house in West Street for 99 years from 1713 (the said John, Florence and Mary their daughter shall so long live. expired
BREWER                Herbert          274     1759         barber; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee 3s 4d
BREWER                Jn.              211     1719         was paid for 1000 Bricks & Freight �13s.10d
BREWER                John             179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
BREWER                John             180     1712         mony received of John BREWER for Toll of Corne to the use of the Poor
BREWER                John             184     1713         was paid 8s
BREWER                John             207     1718         "was paid 4d for going with the little bell"
BREWER                John             245     1739         joyner; sworn Serjeant at Mace
BREWER                John             247     1741         serjeant at Mace
BREWER                John             265     1758         joiner; chosen Capital Burgess
BREWER                John             286     1768         was sworn Constable
BREWER                John             297     1715         Rent Roll, a house by Castle Wall for 99 years (or 3 Lives) from 1713 at 1L
BREWER                John             305     1739         was paid for work stuff and nails
BREWER                Mary             179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
BREWER                Mary             299     1738         Rent Roll, daughter of John and Florence BREWER (see Florence BREWER c1713 page 299)
BREWER                Michael          217     1720         "received of Michael BREWER for being made ffreeman 3s 4d"
BREWER                Michael          265     1758         shopkeeper; admitted and sworn Burgess or ffreeman
BREWER                Michael,.jnr     254     1745         peruke-maker; sworn Constable
BREWER                Nicholas         227     1723         was paid p'200w of lead & fraight 1L.7s.4d
BREWER                Nicholas         299     1738         Rent Roll, now his widow Dorothy, a piece of ground for 21 years from 1721 at 6d. expired
BREWER                William          234     1729         Marriner; was paid 6s 8d for lime had to the use of the almshouse in the year 1728
BREWER                William          262     1750         mariner; was admitted a Burgess
BREWER                William          302     1739         appointed Overseer for the Parish of St Marys
BREWER                William., Mr     260     1749         mariner
BRIDGEMAN             Henry Toye       283     1766         admitted a Burgess
BROAD                 John             198     1714        "My expences & weeks loss with John BROAD's children �10s"
BROMHEAD              B                246     1740         signature on a document
BROWN                 Jane             230     1725         Elizabeth Meredith was paid 1s 6d for looking after Jane BROWN
BROWNE                Mary             222     1713         received poor money
CAMPBELL              John             275     1760         merchant of Bristol; admitted Burgess or ffreeman
CAREY                 John             262     1751         cooper & victualler; admitted Burgess, fee 3s 4d
CAREY                 Rowland          257     1747         victualler of Cardiff; admitted freeman or Burgess
CARNE                 Charles., Rev.   245     1739         rector of Saint Athans; admitted freeman
CARY                  John             264     1757         cooper; was sworn Serjeant at Mace
CHARLES               Rees             259     1748         yeoman of Monknash; was made "Freeman"
CHELTENHAM            ? Mrs            190     1711         paid paid p'te of her note �10s
CHELTENHAM            Joseph           296     1715         Rent Roll, Late Joseph CHELTENHAM, now John HAMONDS, a curtilage in East Street for 21 years from 1712 at 6d
CHILCOTT              Henry Webber     274     1759         organist; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee �5s
CHURCHEY              Walter., esq     220     1722         elected Steward
CLARO                 ? Mr             203     1716         was paid �2s.6d for a set of ropes
CLAUDY                Cicely           232     1725         was paid 4s for cleaning the Church Plate
CLEMENT               John             189     1711         was paid for killing a Hedgeock 4d
COLDRICK              ?                212     1719         SEE CORDERICK
COLERICK              ? Mr             297     1715         Rent Roll, the waste ground by his house, for his own life only, from 1721 at 6d
COLERICK              Thomas           220     1724         signed a document
COLERICK              Thomas           299     1738         Rent Roll, clerk. 39 foot of ground length & 10 broad, during his life from 1721 at 6d
COLRICK               ?                238     1731         was paid 2s for burying G. PENDRYS child
COOK                  ? Mr             213     1719         "or Tenants for 5 acres Heathland 3s 4d
COOKE                 ?                188     1714/15      was paid for painting ye Church �.17s.5d
COOKE                 Marvill          301     1738         of Saint Phillip and Jacobs
CORDERICK (COLDRICK)  ?                212     1719         "For Lime yn abt sd Gutter in Mr CORDERICK'S Court" (The vicarage adjoined the church on the north-east)
CORNISH               ? Mr             200     1715         was paid 1s Od
CORNISH               Henry            238     1736         signed a document
CORNISH               John             223     1724         churchwarden; Parish of St John
CORRY                 John             298     1738         Rent Roll, a house by the North Gate, for 99 years from 1734; now John KERRY
COTTON                Thomas           286     1768         was sworn Constable
COWPER                Lancellott       275     1762         merchant of Bristol; admitted Burgess or ffreeman
COX                   Lewis            192     1711/12      was buried above ye Speeks 6s 8d
COX                   Thomas           190     1711         was paid for mending ye Bells �COYDER                John             236     1730         late John COYDER 3 Qrs upland called Cutt throats Lands (vacanceys)
CRADOCK               Thomas           284     1767         thatcher of Llandaff; admitted Burgess
CREW                  William          231     1725         free mason
DAVID                 Ffrancis         265     1758         shopkeeper; admitted and sworn Burgess or ffreeman
DAVID                 Gwenllion        237     1731         was paid 1s, sick in ye Alms house
DAVID                 John             271     1759         smith; sworn Constable
DAVID                 John             280     1765         victualler; sworn in as Constable
DAVID                 John             280     1765         yeoman of St Mellon's admitted a Burgess
DAVID                 John             298     1738         Rent Roll, a cot and garden at Cathays, for 99 years from 1725 at 1s
DAVID                 John             299     1738         Rent Roll, a cot and garden at Cathays, for 99 years from 1734, (if John DAVID, Mary his now wife, and John THOMAS, so long live
DAVID                 John             301     1738         mason; of Llantrissent & his family 
DAVID                 Lewis            234     1729         "unpaid half for his Faculty"
DAVID                 Lewis            300     1738         Rent Roll, a shop under the Hall, at 12s expired
DAVID                 Llewellin        252     1744         was sworn Clk. of Shambles
DAVID                 Mary             299     1738         Rent Roll, a house & garden
DAVID                 Mary             299     1738         Rent Roll, wife of John DAVID, see John DAVID page 299 c1734
DAVID                 Rees             261     1750         shoemaker; was admitted & sworn a burgess or ffreeman
DAVID                 Rees             262     1750         shoemaker; was sworn Constable
DAVID                 Richard          284     1767         yeoman of Roath; admitted Burgess
DAVID                 Thomas           187     1714/15      was paid 5s 6d for carrying ye Rubbell out of ye Ch. yard
DAVID                 Thomas           254     1745         of Llanedern; yeoman admitted to the freedom
DAVID                 Walter           284     1767         yeoman of Gelligaer; admitted a Burgess
DAVID                 William          254     1745         of Llanharan; carpenter, admitted to the freedom
DAVID                 William          257     1747         yeoman of St Donat's; admitted freeman or Burgess
DAVIES                ? Mr             218     1721         of Worcester
DAVIES                Charles          176     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a garden - 0. 0. 7
DAVIES                Ffrancis         280     1765         chapman; sworn into the office of Serjeants at Mace
DAVIES                Francis          292     1777         was elected Assistant or Capital Burgess
DAVIES                Howell           301     1751         Rent Roll, a piece of waste ground near the North Gate for 71 years at 2s 1751
DAVIES                Jenkin           301     1738         of Swansey and his family
DAVIES                Jno              200     1715         of Llandaff; was paid 19s
DAVIES                John             189     1714/15      was paid for Rope & Blocks to ye Church 5s
DAVIES                John             239     1736         gent; disfranchised
DAVIES                Robert., Mr      289     1773         lease on two Cottages is expired
DAVIES                Thomasin         296     c1715        Rent Roll
DAVIES                Thomasin         297     1715         Rent Roll, Late Thomasin DAVIES, a shop under the Town Hall, for 21 years from 1710
DAVIS                 John             199     1715         was paid 10s 6d for 4 Spars
DEACON                ? Mrs            222     1713         received poor money
DEACON                Edward           297     1715         Rent Roll, Edward DEACON, now Emanuell MILES, on acre on the Heath for 21 years from 1699 at 8s
DEER                  Edward           243     1738         yeoman of Lantwitt Major
DEER                  Evan             180     1712         paid on account of the small Rate lLl. 15ss. lldd
DEER                  Evan             181     1712         was paid �4s.8d by disbursments on the Towne Account
DEER                  Evan             191     1712         was paid for mending ye Clapper of ye Great Bell 10s
DEER                  Evan             208     1717         was paid �14s.9d for work
DEER                  Evan             213     1720         was paid 3s for a spade
DEER                  Thomas           245     1739         perukemaker, admitted Burgess. fee 20s
DEER                  Thomas           263     1753         perukemaker; was sworn Serjeant at Mace
DEER                  William          239     1736         yeoman; disfranchised
DEERE                 Thomas           241     1737         sworn constable for the town
DEERE                 Thomas           271     1759         sworn into the office of Common Attorneys
DENBURY               Humphrey         284     1767         yeoman of Llantwit Major; admitted a Burgess
DENNIS                Phillip          297     1715         Rent Roll, Late Phillip DENNIS, a cot and garden in Barry Lane; expired
DOLBEN                William esq      255     1746         of the City of Oxford; admitted freeman
DRAPER                Henry            296     c1715        Rent Roll, "Part of ye New Angell" for 99 years from 1669
DRAPER                Henry            300     1738         Rent Roll, the New Angel, from 1669 at 6d. expired
DRIVER                Richard          253     1744         of Cardiff; Mason
DRIVER                Richard          258     1748         was sworn Constable
DRIVER                Richard          261     1749         victualler; was sworn a Serjeant at Mace
DUKE                  John             180     1712         rece'd of John DUKE for rent due to the poor"
DUKES                 John             217     1720         "received of John DUKES for being made ffreeman 3s 4d"
DUKES                 John             296     1715         Rent Roll, a house in West Street, for 21 years from 1709 at 10s
DUNN                  Catharine        298     1718         Settlement paper
DUNNE                 Henry            254     1745         victualler; sworn Constable
DURBROW               Francis          254     1745         of Cefn Mabley; admitted to the freedom
DURBROW               Henry            263     1754         innkeeper; admitted Burgess
DURBROW               William          280     1765         gentleman of Cefn Mably, admitted a Burgess
EADOE                 William          286     1767         gentleman; admitted a Burgess
EAST                  Joseph           179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
EDMUND                Thomas           284     1767         yeoman of Llantwit Vaerdre; admitted a Burgess
EDWARD                ?                189     1711         News Man; was paid for killing a Polcatt 4d
EDWARD                Joan             297     1715         Rent Roll, "A Cott and Garden" out of West Gate for 21 years from 1704 at 1s
EDWARD                John             302     1738         of Llanelly in Carmarthenshire
EDWARD                Lewis            286     1769         yeoman of Michaelston-super-Eley; admitted a Burgess
EDWARD                Rees             302     1738         labourer of Landevodock
EDWARD                Thomas           262     1750         labourer; was sworn Constable
EDWARDS               Edward           239     1736         cordwainer; disfranchised
EDWARDS               Margarett        234     1729         was paid 1s 6d for looking after Fflorence GREEN
EDWARDS               Nicholas         192     1711/12      was buried
EDWARDS               Powell           288     1773         clerk; Reverend. was made Alderman
EDWARDS               Thomas           265     1758         an Assistant, was elected Alderman
EDWARDS               Thomas           265     1758         gentleman; chosen Capital Burgess
EDWARDS               Thomas           291     1777         late Bailiff; regarding the "Cardiff School"
EDWARDS               Thomas., esq     286     1769         was sworn Bailiff
EDWARDS               William          289     1774         gentleman; was admitted Burgess
EDWARDS               William          302     1738         of Bedwes in Com. Monmouth & his family
EDWIN                 Charles., esq    257     1747         of Llanfihangel; admitted freeman
ESTANCE               John             261     1749         was sworn Constable
ESTONCE               Thomas           229     1725         overseer of the poor St Johns
ESTONS                John             257     1747         shoemaker of Cardiff; admitted freeman or Burgess, fee 3s 4d
ESTONS                Thomas           270     1759         sworn into the Office of Ale Tasters
EVAN                  Cadogan          254     1745         of Llantrisant; yeoman, admitted to the freedom
EVAN                  David            242     1738         yeoman
EVAN                  Edward           285     1767         aged 14yrs apprenticed, due to Captain Price's Charity
EVAN                  Jenkin           180     1712         paid on account of the small Rate 1Ll. 03ss. 01dd
EVAN                  John             235     1730         paid for a warrant to bring the body of John EVAN 1s
EVAN                  John             252     1744         victualler' sworn into the office of Constable
EVAN                  John             291     1776         was sworn Constable
EVAN                  John             301     1738         of Egglwsiland and his family
EVAN                  Lewis            264     1757         sworn Constable
EVAN                  Richard ap       298     1738         regarding 3 shops under the Hall (formerly belonging to John GRIFFITHS)
EVAN                  Thomas           230     1725         was paid 2Li for keeping Jennet EVANS child
EVAN                  Thomas           254     1745         of Llanedern; admitted to the freedom
EVAN                  Thomas           265     1757         yeoman of Maesllech, sworn Burgess or ffreeman
EVAN                  Thomas           265     1757         yeoman, of Lantwit Vardre, sworn Burgess or ffreeman
EVAN                  Thomas           275     1762         yeoman of Leckwith; admitted Burgess or ffreeman
EVAN                  Walter Wm        219     1721         was paid 5s for mending the 5th Bell
EVAN                  William          198     1714         of the Heath
EVAN                  William          234     1729         alderman; Biskedar's house vacant 6d
EVAN                  William          236     1730         late Wm EVAN alderman, Biskedor's House 5d (vacanceys)
EVANS                 Edward           238     1731         carpenter; was paid 8s for Eliz. FFISHERS coffin
EVANS                 Edward           245     1739         carpenter; sworn Constable
EVANS                 Edward           284     1767         gentleman of Llantwit Vaerdre; admitted a Burgess
EVANS                 Edward           291     1776         was sworn Constable
EVANS                 Evan             283     1767         sworn a Constable
EVANS                 Fflorence        185     1713         was paid 16s 6d for Cureing Phillip TANNER's Legg
EVANS                 Francis          284     1767         yeoman of Llanwit Vaerdre; admitted a Burgess
EVANS                 George           232     1726         churchwarden & overseer in the Parish of St Marys
EVANS                 George           258     1748         s/o William EVANS, late of Cardiff, victualler, deceased, bound apprentice
EVANS                 George           263     1754         baker; admitted Burgess
EVANS                 Jenkin           177     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for ye hand Mill - 0. 3. 0
EVANS                 Jenkin           205     1718         was paid poor allowance; 2 children 4s. one goes off
EVANS                 Jennet           230     1725         Thomas EVAN was paid for keeping her child
EVANS                 John             283     1767         yeoman of Cadoxton-juxta-Barry, admitted a Burgess
EVANS                 Oliver           178     1712/13      
EVANS                 Oliver           194     1715         was paid 3s
EVANS                 William          177     1712/13      for his Poor's rate - O. 2. 1
EVANS                 William          258     1748         his son George EVANS was bound apprentice to Thomas MORGAN, joiner
EVANS                 William          265     1758         innkeeper; admitted and sworn Burgess or ffreeman
EVANS                 William          280     1763         shoemaker; sworn into the office of Constables
EVANS                 William          286     1769         cordwainer; admitted a Burgess
EWBANK                George           286     1769         haberdasher of Bristol; admitted a Burgess
FARMER                Joseph           301     1738         of Burrington in Herefordsh: & his family
FARMER                Mary             299     1738         Rent Roll, a house by the Mill Pond, for 99 years from 1729 (if Dorothy & Florence BREWER, daughters of Nicholas BREWER, so long live.
FARMER                Thomas           253     1744         of Bristol; ship carpenter
FFENNELL              ? Mr             176     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a house - 0. 1. 6
FFISHER               Elizabeth        237     1731         for ale at her funeral 1s
FFOX                  Cath.            178     1712/13      overcharged - 0. 1. 3
FFREEMAN              Arthur           261     1749         was sworn Constable
FLAY                  Thomas           263     1753         yeoman of Llanfihangel-y-fedw, admitted Burgess
FOORD                 William          186     1713/14      Comon Attorny
FORD                  Anthony          239     1736         carpenter; disfranchised
FOX                   ? Mr             234     1729
FOX                   ? Mrs            300     1738         Rent Roll, widow; a house at Cathays
FREEMAN               Arthur           262     1750         gunsmith; was sworn Constable
GASCOTT               ?                184     1713         was paid 4s
GEDRICH               Charles          286     1768         was sworn Constable
GEDRICH               Evan             291     1776         was sworn Constable
GEDRICK               Edward           286     1769         was sworn Constable
GEORGE                John             217     1720         "received of John GEORGE for being made ffreeman 3s 4d"
GEORGE                John             231     1725         the Apparitor; was paid for his assistance to collect the rate 2s
GEORGE                John             262     1750         yeoman of Lavernock; admitted a Burgess
GEORGE                Morgan           264     1757         sworn Constable
GEORGE                Thomas           284     1767         yeoman of Lavernock; admitted a Burgess
GEORGE                William          280     1765         fisherman; sworn in as Constable
GEORGE                William          294     1777         glazier; was admitted Burgess Freeman
GIBBON                Charles          183     1713         Comon Attorny of this Towne of Cardiff
GIBBON                Charles          216     1720         vacant in ye High Street; a stable
GIBBON                Charles          251     1743         yeoman; of Saint Donat's
GIBBON                Elizabeth        237     1731         of Wenvoe; was paid 9s for keeping Anne AILWORTH and John VEER son
GIBBON                Evan             302     1738         of Bedwas
GILES                 ?                189     1714/15      was paid for his work on ye Church
GLASCOTT              ? Mr             213     1719         for brew house 4d (vacancies in ye church rate)
GLASCOTT              ? Mr             216     1720         vacant; a Brew-house 6d
GLASCOTT              Cradock          245     1739         Sadler; sworn Constable
GLASCOTT              Cradock          263     1754         sadler; admitted Burgess
GLASCOTT              Thomas           220     1722         signed a document
GLASCOTT              William          275     1762         currier; admitted Burgess or ffreeman
GLASCOTT              William          280     1765         currier; sworn into the office of Serjeants at Mace
GOYDER                Jo'n             219     1721         for 11 acres of land 10s (monys uncollected & vacancys)
GOYDER alias Thomas   John             297     1715         Rent Roll, a house by the Gallhouse at 3s 4d                                     
GRANDFEILD            Anne             237     1731         for maintaining Walter HALLS son 1s
GRANDFEILD            Emanuel          233     1729         3s 6d paid for his care, 7 wks during his illness
GRANDFEILD            Emanuel          233     1729         expences paid for his funeral
GRANDFEILD            Emmanuel         205     1718         was paid 1s 6d poor allowance
GREEN                 ?                205     1718         Widow; paid 3s poor allowance
GREEN                 Fflorence        234     1729         was paid 4s 6d being sick & poor several times
GREENFIELD            John             239     1736         deceased
GREENFIELD            Margarett        224     1724         was paid for parsment (parchment) 1s 6d
GREENWOOD             Bartholemew      283     1766         gentleman, admitted a Burgess
GREENWOOD             Bartholomew      288     1773         was made Alderman
GRIFFITH              Jn.              211     1719         was paid 1s 9d for help to raise ye Great Bell
GRIFFITH              John             194     1715         was paid 40 wks & 4s due the former year �4s
GRIFFITH              John             227     1723         was paid for ale 8s
GRIFFITH              Thomas           254     1745         tobacconist; admitted to the freedom
GRIFFITHS             Elenor           298     1738         widow of John GRIFFITHS (see John GRIFFITHS C1729 page 298)
GRIFFITHS             Griffith         255     1746         apothcary & surgeon; admitted to the freedom. fee 4 guineas
GRIFFITHS             Jane             237     1731         for tending George PENDRYS wife in childbed
GRIFFITHS             John             219     1721         was paid 1s 8d for rectifyeing a bell
GRIFFITHS             John             242     1738         cordwayner; "since being dead and his widow in very poor circumstance"
GRIFFITHS             John             298     1738         Rent Roll, 3 shops under the Hall, for 21 years from 1729, (now Richard ap Evan, successor to Elenor Griffiths, the widow
GUY                   Dorothy          194     1715         was paid 16s 6d
GUY                   Natt             227     1723         was paid 6d
GWYNN                 Nicholas         291     1776         was sworn Constable
GYE                   Nicholas         188     1714/15      was paid for carrying ye Rubbell out & cleaning ye Church
HALFPENNY             Charles          262     1750         gentleman of Monmouth; admitted a Burgess
HALLS                 Walter           237     1731         2s was paid for ale at his funeral also for his daughters funeral
HALLS                 Walter           237     1731         for Walter HALLS wife and child ------
HAMMONDS              John             296     1715         Rent Roll, "The Town Ditch"
HAMOND                Jane             285     1767         aged 10yrs apprenticed, due to Captain Price's Charity
HAMOND                John             285     1767         aged 12yrs apprenticed, due to Captain Price's Charity
HAMONDS               ? Mr             179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
HAMONDS               John             296     1715         Rent Roll, a curtilage in East Street for 21 years from 1712
HANCORN               Edward           243     1738         gentleman of Lanharry
HARRIES               ? Mr             219     1721         was paid for Boards
HARRIES               Renatus          221     1723
HARRIS                ? Mr             214     1720         "Ye Organ builder"
HARRIS                Richard          245     1739         haberdasher; of Worcester admitted freeman
HARRY                 Evan             212     1720         was paid 9d for cleansing ye yard
HARRY                 Howell           261     1749         victualler; was sworn Constable
HARRY                 John             245     1739         deceased
HARRY                 Wm               176     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a barne & Orchard - 0. 0. 9
HART                  Thomas           296     1715         Rent Roll, (late Thomas HART) waste ground by the tan river, for 21 years from 1698                               
HART                  William          286     1767         gentleman; admitted a Burgess
HARTE                 Walter           224     1724         was paid for Glaseing 4s 3d
HEDGES                William          203     1716         was paid by rate 5s
HENRY                 Evan             302     1738         of Lantwitt Vaerdre & his family
HENSON                Edward           296     1715         Rent Roll, "The Town Ditch" for 99 years from 1671
HENSON                Edward           300     1738         Rent Roll, Town Ditch for 99 years from 1671, at 3s 4d
HERBERT               Edward           226     1724         gent; was elected a Capitall Burgess
HERBERT               Edward           239     1736         Court of Common Councill; "do disfranchise oust & remove Edwd HERBERT alderman & Burgess of this Towne"
HERBERT               Edward           250     1742         gentleman late town clerk
HERBERT               Jane             291     1777         Trust directed by her Will for the endowment of a School
HEWIN                 John             256     1746         butcher of Cardiff; sworn Clerk of the Shambles
HICKS                 John             239     1736         yeoman; disfranchised
HIELEY                William          196     1714         Overseer of the Poor
HIELEY                William          213     1720         elected Alderman
HIELY                 William          221     1723/4       deceased
HILEY                 William          210     1719         was ellected a Capitall Burgess
HODGE                 Sarah            197     1714         1s for Ale & Bread for putting her Out'
HODGES                Sarah            222     1713         received poor money
HODGES                Sarah            296     1715         Rent Roll, "Centry House" by West Gate for 99 years from 1653 at 5s
HOPKIN                Ann              194     1715         was paid �9s
HOPKIN                Hezekiah         265     1757         yeoman; sworn Burgess or ffreeman
HOPKIN                Hezekiah         270     1759         yeoman; sworn into the Office of Serjeant at Mace
HOPKIN                Hezekiah         289     1774         nominaed Assistant and Capital Burgess
HOPKIN                Hezekiah         306     1740         was paid for drawing out the water and pumps out of ye Well
HOPKIN                Katherine        194     1715         was paid �HOPKIN                Richard          213     1720         was paid for painting ye Chancell Window 4s
HOPKIN                Richard          219     1721         was paid 2Li 6s for painting the Branch
HOPKIN                Thomas           284     1767         yeoman of Llantrisant; admitted a Burgess
HOPKINS               David            284     1767         yeoman of Lavernock; admitted a Burgess
HOPKINS               John             284     1767         gentleman of Lavernock; admitted a Burgess
HOPKINS               Nicholas         245     1739         yeoman; of Sully admitted freeman
HOPKINS               Nicholas         284     1767         yeoman of Lavernock; admitted a Burgess
HOW                   John             252     1744         was sworn Clk. of Shambles
HOWARD                William          244     1739         of Cowbridge; gentleman, made ffreeman or Burgess
HOWELL                Cecile           205     1718         dyed August 10th
HOWELL                Cissil           205     1718         was paid 1s poor allowance, gone to the Almes house
HOWELL                Edward           254     1745         of Llantrisant; yeoman, admitted to the freedom
HOWELL                Evan             235     1730         was paid 8s 6d for a coffin for John LEWIS
HOWELL                Felix            297     1715         Rent Roll, a house at Catt Hays for 21 years from 1713 at 1L
HOWELL                James            280     1765         cooper; sworn in as Constable
HOWELL                Jno              178     1712/13      Toll of the Rate; for ye Holms - 0. 10. 0
HOWELL                John             179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
HOWELL                John             241     1737         sworn constable for the town
HOWELL                John             302     1739         appointed Overseer for the parish of St Marys                  
HOWELL                Joseph           217     1720         "received of Joseph HOWELL for being made ffreeman 3s 4d"
HOWELL                Joseph           238     1731         2s 6d for goeing with two persons to Lanedern (Llanedeyrn)
HOWELL                Phillip          244     1739         Cooper; was admitted a ffreeman or Burgess
HOWELL                Phillip          245     1739         cooper; sworn Constable
HOWELL                Phillip          305     1739         for takeing up his ffreedom 1L
HOWELLS               David            263     1751         ironmaster; admitted Burgess
HOWELLS               Geo.             219     1721
HOWELLS               George           213     1719         little Swan half a year 1s
HOWELLS               James            291     1776         cooper; was sworn Burgess or Freeman
HOWELLS               Joseph           236     1731         overseer of the poor of St John Baptist
HOWELLS               Thomas           262     1750         currier, of Caerphilly admitted a Burgess
HUGH                  Ann              222     1713         received poor money
HUGH                  Chr.             178     1712/13      overcharged - 0. 0. 5
HUGH                  Christopher      176     1711/12      Overseer of ye Poor, Parish of St Mary's
HUGH                  Christopher      195     1715         "Vacancys" 6d
HUGH                  John             304     1737         was paid 3d
HUMBERSTONE           Thomas           254     1745         of Llanfedw; admitted to the freedom
HURD                  Phillip          237     1731         was paid 2s by the bayliff's orders
HUSSEY                John             261     1749         was sworn Constable
HUSSEY                John             286     1769         cordwainer; admitted a Burgess
HUSSEY                John             286     1769         was sworn Constable
HUSSEY                John             288     1773         cordwainer; sworn Serjeant at Mace
HYETT                 Richard          242     1738         gentleman of St Donats
JACOB                 David            216     1720         was paid for Looping ye Treese about ye church
JAMES                 ?                181     1712         "The Tylor"
JAMES                 ?                190     1711         Ye Tyler
JAMES                 ?                203     1716         ye Tyler 8s 4d
JAMES                 Edward           255     1746         of the parish of Llanfair Discoed in Monmouth, yeoman, admitted freeman
JAMES                 Edward           274     1759         cooper; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee 3s 4d
JAMES                 Eliz:            306     1740         was paid 11s.6d. for a peice of Elm being 23 feet
JAMES                 Elizabeth        300     1738         Rent Roll, see John JAMES page 300 year 1738
JAMES                 Fran.            215     1720         carpenter
JAMES                 James            283     1767         sworn a Constable
JAMES                 Jn               215     1720         mason
JAMES                 John             178     1712         paid for Towne Rent
JAMES                 John             179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
JAMES                 John             187     1714/15      was paid 4s
JAMES                 John             218     1721         for the rent of a garden 5s
JAMES                 John             285     1767         yeoman of Rudry; admitted a Burgess
JAMES                 John             288     1773         regarding a lease on a field at the "Dobbin Pitts"
JAMES                 John             297     1715         Rent Roll, the Dobbin pitts land, for 99 years from 1674, at 2s 6d
JAMES                 John             298     1738         mason; Rent Roll, a ruined limekiln at Golgate, for 99 years from 1726
JAMES                 John             300     1738         Rent Roll, now Elizabeth JAMES, part of Daubin pitts for 99 years from 1674 at 2s 6d
JAMES                 John             301     c1738        Rent Roll, land and trees at the Dobbin Pitts; 99 years from 1674
JAMES                 John             306     1740         was paid 6d for a Sack of Lime to the Stocks
JAMES                 Phillip          280     1763         victualler; sworn into the office of Constables
JAMES                 Thomas           228     1723         2s 6d for mending ye churchyard wall
JAMES                 Thomas           301     1738         of Peterstone Super Ely
JAMES                 William          275     1761         merchant; admitted Burgess or ffreeman
JAMES                 William          279     1763         master of the Workhouse; sworn into the Office of Serjeants at Mace
JAMES                 William          280     1763         victualler; sworn into the office of Constables
JAMES                 William          281     1765         sworn as Common Attorney
JAMES                 William          283     1767         master of the workhouse; was sworn Assistant or Capital Burgess
JENKIN                David            302     1738         of St Ffagans & his family
JENKIN                Hopkin           262     1750         victualler; was sworn Constable
JENKIN                John             252     1743         glazier; admitted to the freedom and paid his admission �JENKIN                John             252     1744         glazier; sworn into the office of Constable
JENKIN                John             254     1745         glasier; sworn Serjeant at Mace
JENKIN                John             258     1747         victualler; was duly sworn publick weigher
JENKIN                John             261     1749         taylor; was sworn a Serjeant at Mace
JENKIN                John             271     1759         victualler; sworn into the office of Common Attorneys
JENKIN                Kate             197     1714         ffor Kate's coffin 8s
JENKIN                Kate             197     1714         was paid 12s for 12 yds of Cloth
JENKIN                Morgan           275     1760         shoemaker; sworn Burgess
JENKIN                Thomas           296     1715         Rent Roll, a "Centry House" over North Gate at 4s
JENKIN                William          284     1767         yeoman of Eglwysilan; admitted a Burgess
JENKIN                William          301     1738         and his family of Welch St. Donats
JENKINS               ? Mr             203     1716         ye Apoth: 12s
JENKINS               ? Mr             238     1731         was paid 4s 5d for crape & cadis for Eliz. FFISHERS shroud
JENKINS               Cate             205     1718         was paid 1s 6d poor allowance
JENKINS               Cath:            185     1713         was paid 16s 6d for Cureing Phillip TANNER's Legg
JENKINS               Edmond           180     1712         paid on account of the small Rate 3Ll. O9ss. OOdd
JENKINS               Edward           198     1714         was paid �3s for John PELLY's child
JENKINS               Edward           198     1715         Churchwarden
JENKINS               John             280     1765         glazier; sworn in as Constable
JENKINS               Joyce            216     1720         vacant in ye High Street; Joyce JENKINS House 10d
JENKINS               Kate             222     1713         received poor money
JENKINS               Morgan           217     1720         Comon Attorny
JENKINS               Morgan           238     1736         signed a document
JENKINS               Morgan           241     1737         deceased
JENKINS               Morgan           280     1763         shoemaker; sworn into the office of Constables
JENKINS               Richard          180     1712         "for makeing Richard JENKINS ffree"
JENKINS               Richard          196     1715/16      Attorny
JENKINS               Richard          220     1724         signed a document
JENKINS               Richard          223     1724         churchwarden; Parish of St John
JENKINS               Richard          276     1762         mercer; elected Capital Burgess
JENKINS               Richard          301     1752         Rent Roll, house and lands out of West Gate; for lives from 1752 at 2s. now Arthur TANNER
JENKINS               Richard., esq    283     1767         was sworn Assistant or Capital Burgess
JENKINS               Richard., esq    290     1774         Capital Burgess; to be one of the Alderman
JENKINS               Richard., Mr     260     1749         late Assistant; deceased
JENKINS               Thomas           284     1767         yeoman of Llantwit Vaerdre; admitted a Burgess
JENKINS               William          182     1712         paid Wm JENKINS ye Attorny about the highways 3s
JENKINS               William          233     1729         expences paid for his funeral
JEROM                 Jane             222     1713         received poor money
JEROMS                Jane             197     1714         ffor Jane JEROMS coffin 8s
JOHN                  Christopher      284     1767         yeoman of Lavernock; admitted a Burgess
JOHN                  David            245     1739         yeoman; of Lantwitt amitted freeman
JOHN                  David            289     1774         tiler; was sworn Constable
JOHN                  Edward           302     1738         labourer of Roath
JOHN                  James            263     1753         of Llanfihangel-y-fedw, yeoman, admitted Burgess
JOHN                  John             284     1767         yeoman of Lavernock; admitted a Burgess
JOHN                  Lewis            297     1715         Rent Roll, Late John LEWIS a cottage and garden, now John THOMAS
JOHN                  Morgan           182     1712         was paid for repairing the highway to Llandaff �10s
JOHN                  Morgan           245     1739         yeoman; of Saint Athans admitted freeman
JOHN                  Morgan           271     1759         shoemaker; sworn Constable
JOHN                  Thomas           256     1746         of St.Nicholas; butcher, sworn Clerk of the Shambles
JOHN                  Thomas           284     1767         yeoman of Lavernock; admitted a Burgess
JOHN                  William          302     1738         cordwayner of St Nicholas
JONES                 ? Mrs            192     1711/12      of the "Blew Anchor" was buried
JONES                 Aquilla          286     1769         was sworn Constable
JONES                 Charles          231     1725         ffor court ffees 5s 6d
JONES                 Daniel           257     1747         yeoman of Llantwit Major; admitted freeman or Burgess
JONES                 David            302     1738         of Newport Com. Monmouth & his family
JONES                 Edmund           216     1720         paid for white liming ye church  1Li 2s
JONES                 Edmund           231     1725
JONES                 Edward           177     1711/12      for Ind'res - 0. 5. 0
JONES                 Edward           198     1714         Hattmaker
JONES                 Edward           275     1761         customhouse officer; admitted Burgess or ffreeman
JONES                 Emanuel          258     1748         was sworn Constable
JONES                 Ffran.           178     1712/13      overcharged - 0. 0. 10
JONES                 Ffran. Mr        181     1712         was paid 17s.6d by disbursments on the Towne Account
JONES                 Ffrancis         187     1714/15      was paid �for Tyle
JONES                 Ffrancis         194     1715         was paid �6s
JONES                 Fran.            214     1720         made his account
JONES                 Hen.             215     1720         was paid 6 days work in plaistering 6s
JONES                 Henry            261     1749         joyner; was sworn Constable
JONES                 Henry            264     1757         sworn Constable
JONES                 Henry            306     1740         tyler; was paid for working upon ye Town hall, 2L.5s.10d
JONES                 Hugh             300     1738         Rent Roll, now George WILLIAMS, an encroachment by his house, for 41 years from 1742
JONES                 Humphrey         238     1731         was paid 2s for flannen for Rolers for Edwd WILLIAMS leg
JONES                 James            184     1713         was paid 1s
JONES                 James            195     1715         "Vacancys" 1s
JONES                 Jno              177     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a house & garden - 0. 0. 3
JONES                 Joan             296     1715         Rent Roll
JONES                 John             191     1712         was paid for mending ye Clapper of ye Great Bell
JONES                 John             225     1724         a stable behind the Haies 1s
JONES                 John             263     1754         ironmonger of Bristol, admitted Burgess
JONES                 John             296     1715         Rent Roll, a shop & "Centry house" for 21 years from 1704
JONES                 John             297     1715         Rent Roll, "The Hays" for 21 years from 1708 at 4s
JONES                 John             300     1738         Rent Roll, a "Centry ho: & shop at 6s
JONES                 John             300     1738         Rent Roll, a stable without Eat Gate for 21 years from 1725 at 6d. expired
JONES                 Joseph           254     1745         baker; sworn Constable
JONES                 Joseph           283     1767         sworn a Constable
JONES                 Joseph           284     1767         nailer; admitted Burgess
JONES                 Lewis            184     1713         was paid �15.9d
JONES                 Mary             301     1754         Rent Roll, "End of Markett Ho:"
JONES                 Miles            235     1730         paid Miles JONES ye rent of a house to Eliz. MORGAN 9s
JONES                 Nicholas         254     1745         tiler; sworn Constable
JONES                 Phillip          233     1729         was paid 1s 6d being Sick & poor
JONES                 Phillip          263     1753         was sworn into the office of Ale Taster
JONES                 Richard          189     1711         Churchwarden of ye Parish of St John the Baptist
JONES                 Richard          211     1719         Councillor
JONES                 Richard          216     1720         vacant; "for a house late Scotts"
JONES                 Richard          238     1736         signed a document
JONES                 Richard          243     1739         deceased
JONES                 Richard., Mr     190     1711         was paid (his note) �3s.5d
JONES                 Robert           280     1765         shopkeeper; sworn in as Constable
JONES                 Roger            223     1724         was paid 1s for weeding the walls of the Church
JONES                 Roger            229     1725         was paid for repairing the Alms house 2s
JONES                 Samuel           214     1720         was paid 1s 3d for going with a letter to Penarth
JONES                 Samuell          186     1713/14      was paid 2s 6d for keeping the slipp a Qr
JONES                 Thomas           281     1766         gentleman, admitted to the freedom fee 12s 11d
JONES                 William          177     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a garden
JONES                 William          180     1712         "An Accompt of such sumes of mony as was rece'd by the sd Wm JONES to the use of the poor"                       
JONES                 William          186     1713/14      was paid 6d for white limeing ye Counc. chamber
JONES                 William          198     1715         Churchwarden
JONES                 William          213     1719         Wm JONES widd. for ye Crow 2s
JONES                 William          236     1731         overseer of the poor of St John Baptist
JONES                 William          240     1737         sworn Serjeant at Mace
JONES                 William          270     1759         sworn into the Office of Ale Tasters
JONES                 William          286     1768         was sworn Constable
JONES                 William          304     1737         gardiner; was paid 2L
JONES                 William Snr      185     1714         alderman
JONES                 William., jnr    178     1712/13      Alderman
JONES                 William., jnr    204     1719         deceased
JOSEPH                Anne             237     1731         "an order of delivering Anne JOSEPH and John THOMAS to the Churchwardens of Lannedern (Llanederyn)"
JOSEPH                Anne             302     1738         of Lanederne & her Children
JOSEPH                John             301     1738         of Ewenny
JOSEPH                Rowland          284     1767         yeoman of Llantwit Vaerdre; admitted a Burgess
JUKES                 Ann              235     1730         gave Ann JUKES several times in her sickness 7s
KEER                  Robert           177     1712/13      Overseer of the poor, Parish of St Mary's
KEMEYS                ? Mrs            178     1712/13      Vacancys & Non Cullec'ons for a Stable - 0. 0. 10
KEMEYS                Edward           220     1722         signed a document
KEMEYS                Edward           263     1751         carpenter; admitted Burgess
KEMP                  William          286     1768         was sworn Constable
KERR                  Mary             192     1711/12      daughter of Robert KERR. was buried
KERR                  Robert           192     1711/12      father of Mary
KERR                  Robert           193     1711/12      was buried
KERRY                 John             298     1738         Rent Roll, see John CORRY
KIDNOR                Nicholas         300     1738         Rent Roll, a house by Blunch Gate for 99 years from 1671 now Mr & Mrs LAMBERT
KILL                  Daniel           230     1725         was paid 2s 3d ffor mooting & cleansing the church yard
KILL                  Jno              177     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a house - 0. 0. 6
KING                  Ja.              212     1719         was paid 1s 4d for leveling ye Wall for ye Alter-piece
KING                  James            181     1712         was paid 2s 8d by disbursments on the Towne Account
KING                  James            217     1720         "received of James KING for being made ffreeman 3s 4d"
KING                  John             217     1720         "received of John KING for being made ffreeman 3s 4d"
KING                  John             304     1737         was paid 3s
KING                  John             307     1740         was paid 1s.2d. for repairing the Stocks
KING                  Robert           203     1716         was paid 4d for killing a hedghog
KYRLE                 Arthur Tanner    288     1773         was sworn Bailiff
LACY                  Thomas           258     1747         s/o William LACY of St George's (clerk); was bound apprentice
LACY                  William          258     1747         clerk
LACY                  William          263     1751         rector of Saint George's; admitted Burgess
LAMBERT               ?                189     1711
LAMBERT               ? Mr             179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
LAMBERT               Edward           253     1744         gentleman of Cardiff elected Assistant or Capitall Burgess
LAMBERT               Edward           259     1748         Capital Burgess; chosen Alderman
LAMBERT               Edward           261     1749         malster; was sworn an alderman
LAMBERT               Elizabeth        192     1711/12      daughter of William LAMBERT (bis.) was buried
LAMBERT               Jonah.           217     1720         a stable 8d
LAMBERT               Jonathan         195     1715         "Vacancys" 6d
LAMBERT               Jonathan         195     1715         expence about Distreyning on Jonathan LAMBERT 9d
LAMBERT               Jonathan         244     1739         of Bristoll; gentleman, made ffreeman or Burgess
LAMBERT               Mary             192     1711/12      Daughter of William LAMBERT was buried above ye Speeks 6s 8d
LAMBERT               William          192     1711/12      Father of Mary LAMBERT
LAMBERT               William          193     1715         elected alderman
LAMBERT               William          200     1716         lately elected & sworne an Alderman
LAMBERT               William          220     1724         signed a document
LAMBERT               William          223     1724         was paid for 3 Qurts of tent (tent was another name for sack)
LAMBERT               William          224     1724         churchwarden of St Johns
LAMBERT               William          238     1736         signed a document
LAMBERT               William          254     1745         deceased
LAMPHEY               Lloyd            261     1749         yeoman of St Donats; admitted and sworn Burgess or ffreemen
LAMPHEY               Nicholas         242     1738         yeoman of St Donats
LANGTON               John             192     1711/12      was buried
LANTHORNE             A                211     1719         was paid 1s.6d
LAURENCE              John             251     1743         gentleman of Saint Donat's
LEE                   ? Mr             209     1718         was paid � 1s for cleaning the organ
LEE                   ? Mr             231     1725         was paid his sallary for the year 24Li
LEIGHS                ? Mr             218     1721         paid Mr LEIGHS charges to Bristoll
LEWELLIN              Wenlian          298     1718         Settlement paper
LEWELLIN              William          201     1716         was paid 12s for Ringing
LEWIS                 ? Mrs            192     1711/12      wife of Thomas LEWIS, was buried
LEWIS                 Abraham          286     1769         was sworn Constable
LEWIS                 Ann              235     1730         was given 1s in her sickness
LEWIS                 Charles          291     1776         was sworn Constable
LEWIS                 David            284     1767         mason of Whitchurch; admitted Burgess
LEWIS                 Edward           227     1723         was paid for a pail 8d
LEWIS                 Edward           265     1758         ffeltmaker; admitted and sworn Burgess or ffreeman
LEWIS                 Edward           271     1759         hatter; sworn Constable
LEWIS                 Elinor           198     1714         was paid 1s for tending Kate JENKIN
LEWIS                 Elizabeth        233     1729         was paid 1s being in a sick & poor condition
LEWIS                 Gabiell., esq    195     1715         "Vacancys" 9d
LEWIS                 Gabriel          176     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a house -  O. 2. 3
LEWIS                 Gabriel          217     1720         Comon Attorny
LEWIS                 Gabriel          261     1750         felmaker; admitted a Burgess
LEWIS                 Gabriel          298     1738         Rent Roll, an acre of ground "Kaebuddur" for 21 years from 1721, at 8s. expired
LEWIS                 Gabriel., esq    300     1738         Rent Roll, Grace's house, 1s
LEWIS                 Gabriel., Mr     260     1749         late Assistant; deceased
LEWIS                 George           220     1722         witness to the election of a Capital Burgess
LEWIS                 George           234     1729         alderman; a house vacant 3s
LEWIS                 George           238     1736         signed a document
LEWIS                 George           244     1739         alderman; deceased
LEWIS                 George           299     1738         Rent Roll, rented, cot & garden at Cathays
LEWIS                 Henry            229     1725         overseer of the poor St Johns
LEWIS                 Henry            286     1767         mariner; admitted a Burgess
LEWIS                 Henry            288     1773         mercer; was made Alderman
LEWIS                 Henry., Mr       287     1770         proposes to renew his Lease at the dobbin pitts
LEWIS                 Hugh             188     1714/15      was paid for halling Tyle sand & water
LEWIS                 Hugh             191     1712         was paid 1s 2d for Carrying Earth
LEWIS                 Hugh             199     1715         was paid 4s 2d
LEWIS                 Hugh             211     1719         was paid 7s 2d for halling ye Brick & Sand
LEWIS                 Hugh             215     1720         was paid 2s 6d for hawling sand to ye church
LEWIS                 Hugh             222     1714         was paid for carrying stones & sand for ye pump 1s 2d
LEWIS                 Hugh             301     1740         Rent Roll, see John BOWEN page 301 year 1740
LEWIS                 Jane             177     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a garden
LEWIS                 Jane             178     1712/13      The toll of the Rate; for a stable - 0. 0. 5
LEWIS                 John             241     1737         sworn constable for the town
LEWIS                 John             254     1745         of Leckwith; yeoman, admitted to the freedom
LEWIS                 John             262     1750         labourer; was sworn Constable
LEWIS                 John             274     1759         barber; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee 3s 4d
LEWIS                 John             274     1759         smith; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee 3s 4d
LEWIS                 Lewis            289     1774         breeches maker; was sworn Constable
LEWIS                 Lott             263     1753         was sworn Constable
LEWIS                 Mary             297     1715         Rent Roll, a shop under the Town Hall for 21 years from 1712 at 12s
LEWIS                 Phillip          265     1758         gentleman; admitted and sworn Burgess or ffreeman
LEWIS                 Phillip          276     1762         gentleman; elected Capital Burgess
LEWIS                 Robert           177     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for one acre of upland - 0. 1. 3
LEWIS                 Robert           195     1715         "Vacancys" stable 9d
LEWIS                 Rowland          212     1719         was paid 2s for helping ye Organist in cleansing the Organ
LEWIS                 Thomas           192     1711/12
LEWIS                 Thomas           245     1739         victualler; sworn Constable
LEWIS                 Thomas           261     1749         tyler; was sworn Constable
LEWIS                 Thomas           263     1751         tiler; admitted Burgess
LEWIS                 Thomas           279     1762         feltmaker; received the freedom
LEWIS                 Thomas           286     1769         was sworn Constable
LEWIS                 Thomas           291     1776         was sworn Constable
LEWIS                 Thomas. esq      257     1747         of Llanishen
LEWIS                 William          234     1729         was paid 8s 4d for makeing an Indenture for a young pauper
LEWIS                 William          262     1750         victualler; was sworn Constable
LEWIS                 William          265     1757         ffeltmaker; sworn Burgess or ffreeman
LEWIS                 William          274     1759         mariner; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee 3s 4d
LEWIS                 William          275     1760         yeoman of Pencisly in the Parish of Llandaff
LEWIS                 William          286     1769         gentleman of Bristol; admitted a Burgess
LEWIS                 Wyndham          284     1767         revd, of Cefn Carnau, clerk; admitted a Burgess
LEYSON                Lewis            286     1769         was sworn Constable
LEYSON                Thomas           288     1773         was sworn Bailiff
LLEWELLIN             Hen. Mr          231     1725         was paid 13s 4d for drawing an article
LLEWELLIN             Henry            211     1719         Councillor
LLEWELLIN             Henry            221     1723         signed a document
LLEWELLIN             Henry            263     1754         gentleman; admitted Burgess
LLEWELLIN             Thomas           263     1753         potter; admitted Burgess, fee 3s 4d
LLEWELLIN             William          226     1722         overseer in St Mary's Parish
LLEWELLIN             William          232     1726         churchwarden & overseer in the Parish of St Marys
LLEWELLIN             William          261     1750         yeoman of Llanharan; admitted a Burgess
LLEWELLIN             William          290     1775         of Cefn Mably, gentleman, was sworn Burgess
LLEWELLIN             William          291     1777         clerk; regarding the Charity for the "Cardiff School"
LLEWELLIN             William David    254     1745         of Llanedern; admitted to the freedom
LLOYD                 Edmond           238     1736         gent; duely elected a Capitall Burgess
LLOYD                 Edmond           239     1736         Capital Burgess; disfranchised
LLOYD                 Edmund           247     1741         regarding proposed new Town Hall
LLOYD                 Edmund           265     1758         alderman, deceased
LLOYD                 Edmund., esq     240     1737         was sworn a bayliffe
LLOYD                 Edmund., esq     252     1744         sworn bailiff
LLOYD                 Edmund., esq     261     1749         was sworn bailiff
LLOYD                 Edmund., esq     298     1738         bayliff
LLOYD                 Edmund., esq     302     1738         justice
LLOYD                 Samson           304     1739         was paid 5s.6d
LONGMAN               William          244     1739         signature on document
M'c NEAL              Hector           275     1761         merchant of Bristol; admitted Burgess or ffreeman
MACKWORTH             ? Mr             213     1719         for a house & garden 7d (vacancies in ye church rate)
MACKWORTH             Herbert          251     1742         constable of the Castle
MACKWORTH             Herbert          270     1759         "The younger" of Gnoll. admitted and sworn a Burgess or ffreeman
MACKWORTH             Herbert          274     1759         "The younger" of Gnoll, barrister at law
MACKWORTH             Herbert., esq    254     1745         constable of the Castle
MADOCKS               ? Mr             191     1712         was paid his ffees 3s 10d
MANGELL               Watkin           239     1736         yeoman; disfranchised
MARTIN                John             252     1744         labourer; sworn into the office of Constable
MARTIN                John             257     1747         labourer, of Cardiff; admitted freeman or Burgess
MARTIN                John             262     1750         labourer; was sworn Constable
MASHMAN               ?                208     1718         MASHMAN & Patrick was paid for work about the church 6s 2d
MASHMAN               Edward., snr     239     1736         butcher; disfranchised
MASLIP                Thomas           245     1739         victualler; sworn Constable
MATHEW                Jane             236     1730         a house 1s (vanceys)
MATHEW                Jane             299     1738         Rent Roll, a house & garden for 21 years from 1721 (altered to 1742)
MATHEW                Mary             222     1713         received poor money
MATHEW                Mary             297     1715         Rent Roll, a house on the Heath, at 3s 4d
MATHEW                William          214     1720         made his account
MATHEWS               Antony           180     1712         rece'd of Antony MATHEWS for Rent due to ye poor
MATHEWS               Chr.             176     1711/12      alderman, The toll of the Rate; for a house - 0. 0. 9
MATHEWS               Chr: Mr          190     1711         was paid as p'note 8s 4d
MATHEWS               Christopher      180     1712         Late Bailiff
MATHEWS               Mary             198     1714         was paid 1s when sick
MATHEWS               Thomas           264     1757         sworn Constable
MATHEWS               Thomas           288     1773         deceased
MATHEWS               Thomas           297     1715         Rent Roll, a shop under the Town Hall for 21 years from 1714 at 1L
MATHEWS               Thomas           298     1738         alderman; Rent Roll, a tenement in St Johns for 99 years from 1730 "for the use of the Alms Ho:"
MATHEWS               Thomas           300     1738         Rent Roll, a shop under the Hall, expired
MATHEWS               Thomas           300     1738         Rent Roll, Hayes at 4s
MATHEWS               Thomas           301     1750         Rent Roll, carpenter; a house and orchard near "the Black Wears" for 99 years from 1750 at 15s
MATHEWS               Thomas., esq     233     1729         was paid 2Li 10s for his apprentice
MATHEWS               William          251     1743         deceased
MATHEWS               William          297     1715         Rent Roll, waste ground near Lastelabont for 60 years from 1713
MATHEWS               William          300     1738         Rent Roll, alderman; a waste ground by Little Bridewell at 6d
MATTHEWS              Anthony          228     1723         was paid 10d for faggotts
MATTHEWS              Antony           217     1720         "received of Antony MATTHEWS 1Li poors mony"
MATTHEWS              Christopher      185     1714         alderman
MATTHEWS              Thomas           208     1717         was paid 11s 2d for the Chimes
MATTHEWS              William          207     1717         Churchwarden
MATTHEWS              William          217     1720         bailiff for the yeare 1720
MAURICE               Thomas           190     1711         was paid for killing a Poll Catt 4d
MAYO                  ? Mrs            198     1714         Vacancies; for the Tan House 4s
MAYO                  ? Mrs            297     1715         Rent Roll, a "Lime Kiln" for 21 years from 1715, at 6s 8d
MAYO                  ? Mrs            297     1715         Rent Roll, the New Market House, for 21 years from 1715 at 1L.
MAYO                  Catherine        295     1715         Rent Roll, 15 acres of heathland for 21 years from 1704
MAYO                  Catherine        299     1738         Rent Roll, a house by the Market House for 30 years from 1701. expired
MAYO                  Kate             177     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for ye New Markett house - 0. 0. 10
MEREDITH              Elizabeth        230     1725         was paid 1s 6d for looking after Jane BROWN
MEREDITH              Henry            204     1718         signed a document
MEREDITH              Henry            210     1719         a Capital Burgess of this Towne was duely elected an Alderman
MEREDITH              Henry            213     1719         half a year for Mault House 1s (vacancies in ye church rate Anno 1719)
MEREDITH              Henry            213     1720         deceased
MEREDITH              Joan             298     1738         Rent Roll, widow of Thomas Meredith. regarding two shops under the Hall
MEREDITH              Joan             303     1737         Common Attorney
MEREDITH              John             217     1720         "received of John MEREDITH for being made ffreeman 3s 4d"
MEREDITH              Miles            263     1753         yeoman of Roath, admitted Burgess
MEREDITH              Thomas           220     1722         Cordwainer; elected to be a Capital Burgess
MEREDITH              Thomas           220     1724         signed a document
MEREDITH              Thomas           234     1729         alderman
MEREDITH              Thomas           238     1736         signed a document
MEREDITH              Thomas           242     1737         deceased
MEREDITH              Thomas           298     1738         Rent Roll, two shops under the Hall, for 21 years from 1722 at 15s. Now his widow Joan, Given up
MEREDITH              William          192     1711/12      was buried
MILES                 Emanuell         297     1715         Rent Roll, alderman; "The Lime Kill" at 2s, expired
MILES                 Emanuell         297     1715         Rent Roll, one acre on the Heath, for 21 years from 1699 at 8s
MILES                 Emmanuel         179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
MILES                 Emmanuel         193     1715         alderman; deceased
MILES                 William          194     1715         was paid �MILES                 William          195     1715         "Vacancys" 3s
MILES                 William          214     1720         was paid 8s 6d "for New binding ye Church Bible"
MILES                 William          227     1722         was paid for a order for removeing of a woman and Expence 4s 6d
MINNET                Francis          265     1758         gardener; chosen Capital Burgess
MINNIT                ?                287     1770         proposes to renew his Lease of the town ditch
MINNIT                ?                289     1773         regarding a Lease on a house in Barry Lane at the Dobbins Pitts (expired)
MINNIT                Francis          282     1766         gardener; appointed Alderman
MINNITT               ? Mr             299     1738         Rent Roll, a curtilage & stable
MINNITT               Francis., Mr     290     1774         was given the Power to cutt down any Trees growing on the Premises demised to him
MINNITT               John             233     1729         overseer of the poor for the parish of St John Baptist
MINNITT               John             301     1754         Rent Roll, "End of Markett Ho:" 99 years from 1754 at one guinea
MOLLINEUX             Richard          284     1767         carpenter of Llandaff; admitted Burgess
MOLLSOP               Richard          261     1750         shoemaker; admitted a Burgess, fee �MONGER                Edward           289     1774         was sworn Constable
MORGAN                ?                181     1712         "The Tyler"
MORGAN                ?                213     1719         widow; was paid for 1Qr Bear 1s
MORGAN                Cath             236     1730         a poor woman 2s
MORGAN                Charles          257     1747         yeoman of Saint Donat's; admitted freeman or Burgess
MORGAN                David            236     1730         paid for 3 horses o carry him and his children to Neath
MORGAN                Edmund           254     1745         Millwright; admitted to the freedom
MORGAN                Edward           216     1720         vacant; 2 houses 1s 4d
MORGAN                Edward           221     1723         signed a document
MORGAN                Edward           224     1724         churchwarden of St Johns
MORGAN                Edward           233     1729         cordwainer; was paid 6s 3d for looking after Wm JENKINS in his illness
MORGAN                Edward           235     1730         was given 2s 6d by the bayliffes orders
MORGAN                Edward           283     1766         of Rumney, admitted a Burgess
MORGAN                Edward           284     1767         gentleman of Rumney; admitted a Burgess
MORGAN                Eliz             235     1730         paid the parson for Christening the Child 1s 6d
MORGAN                Eliz.            235     1730         rent of a house
MORGAN                Ja.              212     1720         was paid for plaistering ye New Window 2s
MORGAN                James            189     1714/15      was paid by Rate 18s 6d
MORGAN                James            191     1712         was paid for work on ye Church
MORGAN                James            223     1724         Tiler; was pad 8s 9d for work & materials done by him on the Church
MORGAN                Jno              199     1715         was paid �5.10d
MORGAN                John             185     1713         Overseer of the Poor
MORGAN                John             191     1712         was paid for mending ye Vestry 4s 6d
MORGAN                John             220     1724         signed a document
MORGAN                John             221     1723/4       joyner; was duely elected Councell Man in the Roome of Edward KEMEYS., gent
MORGAN                John             225     1724         was paid 6d for a kowler (collar) for ye Chimes
MORGAN                John., esq       216     1720         vacant; 2 houses 10d
MORGAN                Margarett        194     1715         was paid �15s
MORGAN                Mary             194     1715         was paid �13.9d
MORGAN                Maud             238     1731         was paid 3s for a coffin for Eliz. MORGAN'S child buryed at Llandaff
MORGAN                Maurice          297     1715         Rent Roll, a shop under the Hall, for 21 years from 1714 at 15s
MORGAN                Morice           203     1716         was paid 1s 8d for killing 5 fitch hogs
MORGAN                Morris           216     1720         vacant in ye High Street  a shop 1s
MORGAN                Moses            245     1739         of Cardiff, gentleman, chosen Assistant or Capital Burgess
MORGAN                Ralfe            193     1711/12      was buried
MORGAN                Ralph            191     1712         was paid 4d for killing a Pollcatt
MORGAN                Rees             284     1767         yeoman of Llantwit Vaerdre; admitted a Burgess
MORGAN                Roger            238     1736         deceased
MORGAN                Thomas           243     1738         gentleman of Landough
MORGAN                Thomas           244     1738         gentleman; appointed Constable of the Castle at Cardiff
MORGAN                Thomas           258     1748         joiner, of Cardiff
MORGAN                Thomas           259     1748         alderman; deceased
MORGAN                Thomas           306     1740         of Killoynidd (Cilfynydd) was paid for a peice of Timber
MORGAN                Watkin           239     1737         was sworn a Burgess of this Town
MORGAN                Watkin           254     1745         shoemaker, was sworn a burgess or freeman; fee 3s 4d
MORGAN                Watkin           265     1758         shoemaker; chosen Capital Burgess
MORGAN                Watkin           270     1758         capital Burgess; signature on document
MORGAN                Watkin., esq     240     1737         constable of the Castle of Cardiff
MORGAN                William          195     1715         "Vacancys" house 1s
MORGAN                William          204     1718         overseer of the poor of the parish of St Johns
MORGAN                William          216     1720         vacant in ye High Street; Wm MORGAN's house 10d
MORGAN                William          221     1714         "rec'd of William MORGAN of the White Horse 1L'
MORGAN                William          259     1748         tobacconist of Cardiff; was made "Freeman"
MORGAN                William          261     1750         tiler of Llantrisant; admitted a Burgess
MORGAN                William          280     1763         labourer; sworn into the office of Constables
MORGAN                William          284     1767         yeoman of Eglwysilan; admitted a Burgess
MORGAN                William          284     1767         yeoman of Roath; admitted Burgess
MORGAN                William          302     1738         of Rumney in Com. Monmouth
MORGAN                William          307     1740         was paid for Thatching Straw
MORGAN                William., esq    306     1740         was paid 2L.12s.6d for timber towards makeing the pump
MORICE                Thomas           203     1716         was paid 1s for killing a hedghog & 3 fitchhogs
MORRIS                Francis          300     1738         Rent Roll, a cot and garden now in his possession
MOSLIP                Thomas           263     1751         victualler; admitted Burgess
MOUSE                 Anne             203     1716         was paid 2s for scouring ye Branch twice (The brass chandelier is meant)
MULLINEUX             Richard          300     1738         Rent Roll, regarding a cottage & garden
MULLINEUX             Richard          301     1750         Rent Roll, Cot and garden by "the Kate Hays" 15s For lives
MULLINS               Margarett        222     1714         paid for nursing the said child to Margarett MULLINS 2Li 1s (poor money)
MULLINS               Mary             205     1718         paid 2s poor allowance
MURTON                Mary             177     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a garden - 0. 0. 2
MYRICK                Mary             194     1715         was paid �13.9d
NEW                   Edward           195     1715         "Vacancys" 6d
NEW                   Edward           198     1714         4s expences to St Andrews with Edward NEW's maid
NEW                   John             176     1711/12      Overseer of ye Poor, Parish of St Mary's
NEWS                  ? Mrs            192     1711/12      wife of Edward NEWS, was buried below ye Speeks 3s 4d
NEWS                  Edward           192     1711/12
NOBLE                 Edward           258     1748         victualler; was sworn Serjeant at Mace
NOOTH                 James            252     1744         organist; admitted freeman
NOWEL                 Thomas           301     1740         Rent Roll, see John BOWEN Page 301 year 1740
NOWELL                ? Mr             199     1715         was paid 1s Od
NOWELL                ? Mrs            179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
NOWELL                ? Mrs            187     1714/15      was paid 1s 4d for Hair
NOWELL                ? Mrs            202     1716         was paid 10s for a Coller
NOWELL                Anne             299     1738         Rent Roll, widow. a curtilage & garden on the Heath from 1721. This has been altered to 21 yrs from 1740
NOWELL                Crad.            217     1720         vacant; 2 houses & Tannyard, half a year 1s 3d
NOWELL                Cradock          259     1748         tanner, of Cardiff; admitted to the freedom
NOWELL                Cradock          260     1749         signature
NOWELL                Cradock          262     1750         was elected Alderman
NOWELL                Cradock          290     1774         gent; one of the Aldermen of Cardiff "hath quitted and left the said Town"
NOWELL                Elizabeth        206     1718         "orders to pay from the Bailiffs 12d more in the fortnight to Eliz. NOWELL"
NOWELL                Elizabeth        206     1718         went to the Almshouse
NOWELL                Thomas           204     1719         duely elected an Alderman
NOWELL                Thomas           210     1719         lately ellected & swone an Alderman
NOWELL                Thomas           264     1755         revd, fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. admitted to the freedom
NOWELL                Thomas           297     1715         Rent Roll, a house and half an acre of land, for 21 years from 1669, at 10s
OAKEY                 John             238     1736         signed a document
OAKEY                 John             243     1739         elected alderman
OAKEY                 John             244     1738         Mercer; sworn an Alderman
OAKEY                 John             298     1738         Rent Roll, two acres, "Cutthroats & pul halock." for 99 years from 1737 at 5s 6d
OKEY                  ?                217     1720         "received of Mr OKEY for being made ffreeman 3s 4d"
OKEY                  Ann              301     1750         Rent Roll, "Kae Puddwr" for 99 years from 1750 at 8s
OKEY                  John             254     1745         sworn bailiff
OKEY                  John             256     1746         bailiff
OKEY                  John., esq       261     1749         was sworn bailiff
OKEY                  Mary             301     1750         Rent Roll, "Kae Puddwr" for 99 years from 1750 at 8s
OLDS                  William          291     1777         grocer; was sworn Burgess or Freeman
OVENS                 John             284     1767         tanner; admitted Burgess
OWEN                  David            204     1718         signed a document
OWEN                  David            208     1718         Churchwarden
OWEN                  David            220/1   1722         bailiff; made his mark, (bailiff OWEN's bapismal name is erroneously given as James)
OWEN                  David            238     1736         signed a document
OWEN                  David            265     1758         alderman, deceased
OWEN                  David.,  esq     302     1738         justice
OWEN                  David., esq      240     1737         was sworn a bayliffe
OWEN                  David., esq      298     1738         bayliff
OWEN                  James            240     1737         sworn Serjeant at Mace
OWEN                  James            243     1739         elected to be an Assistant or Capital Burgess
OWEN                  James            270     1758         capital Burgess; signature on document
OWEN                  James            304     1738         serjeant; was paid 1L.10s for serving precepts on the Out Burroughts
OWEN                  John             302     1738         was examined, "and found to be a legall parishoner of St.Johns in the Town of Cardiffe"
OWEN                  Richard Wm       254     1745         of Aberdare; yeoman, admitted to the freedom
PARRY                 Harry            235     1730         was paid 2s 6d for digging the grave & ringing ye bell
PARRY                 Henry            230     1725         was paid 1s 10d
PARRY                 Rees             203     1716         was paid 7s 4d for cutting ye nettles twice: & cleansing ye church yard
PARRY                 Rees             214     1720         was paid 1s for cleansing ye church yard
PARRY                 Rees             223     1724         was paid 2s for weeding ye church yard
PARRY                 Rees             233     1729         expences paid for him & his wifes funeral
PARRY                 William          262     1750         Doctor of Physic; admitted a Burgess
PARRY                 William., jnr    262     1750         gentleman of Salisbury; admitted a Burgess
PATERICK              William          176     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a house -  0. 0. 3
PAUL                  William          227     1723         was paid for work done on ye tower
PELEY                 John             205     1718         "paid for nurseing John PELYES son 10s"
PELLY                 John             198     1714
PELLYS                John             185     1713         17s. 5d for his Buriall
PENDRY                Roger            182     1712         was paid 14s 3d
PENDRY                Thomas           245     1739         victualler; sworn Constable
PENDRYS               George           237     1731         was paid 2s 6d, his wife being delivered of two children at birth
PENDRYS               George           238     1731         3s 2d was paid for his childs Shroud
PENWARDIN             John             190     1711         was paid 1s 6d
PERKINS               Edmund           275     1759         currier; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee 3s 4d
PHILLIP               Jno              252     1743         tobacconist; was sworn an alderman
PHILLIP               Joan             194     1715         was paid �13s
PHILLIP               John             195     1715         "Vacancys" 1s 2d
PHILLIP               John             254     1745         Capital Burgess; was elected an Alderman
PHILLIP               Thomas           194     1715         was paid �1s
PHILLIP               William          297     1715         Rent Roll, a cottage & garden leading from Mitchell Heath to Long Cross for 3 lives from 1694 at 2s
PHILLIPS              Christopher      259     1748         tailor of Penarth; was made "Freeman" fee 3s 4d
PHILLIPS              Jno              184     1713         was paid 17s
PHILLIPS              Jo.              206     1718         was paid 4d when he was sick
PHILLIPS              Jo.              206/7   1718         paid for washing him when he was dead 1s, for a coffin 8s
PHILLIPS              John             188     1714/15      was paid for 5 large Powles
PHILLIPS              John             254     1745         Capital Burgess; sworn Alderman
PHILLIPS              John             255     1746         capital burgess (deceased)
PHILLIPS              John             256     1746         alderman; deceased
PHILLIPS              John             258     1747         s/o John PHILLIPS late Alderman, was bound an apprentice
PHILLIPS              John., Mr        260     1749         was sworn Alderman
PHILLIPS              John., Mr        306     1740         was paid 13s 9d for a Chamber & Washer for ye pump
PHILLIPS              Joseph           205     1718         2s 6d poor allowance (dead)
PHILLIPS              Joseph           263     1754         shipwright; admitted Burgess
PHILLIPS              Thomas           176     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a house
PHILLIPS              William          201     1716         Goaler; was pad �10s
PHILLIPS              William          297     1715         Rent Roll, 3 shops under the Hall for 21 years from 1713 at 1L. 5s
PHILLIPS              William., esq    185     1714         of Brecon
PHILLIPS              Wm, Jnr          217     1720         "received of William PHILLIPS for being made ffreeman 3s 4d"
PHILPOT               Lewis            264     1757         sworn Constable
PINKNEY               Francis          257     1747         clerk; of Neath
POPE                  Kath:            194     1715         was paid �POPKIN                Griffith         179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
POPKIN                Griffith         296     1715         Rent Roll, a house, garden and land for 99 years from 1701 at 1s
POPKINS               Griffith         236     1730         "ye late Griffith POPKINS house"
POPKINS               Griffith         288     1773         Inclosure granted
PORTREY               John             259     1748         yeoman of Llantwit Major; was made "Freeman"
PORTREY               William          258     1748         was sworn Constable
PORTREY               William          261     1749         sadler; sworn burgess or ffreeman
POUGHNELL             Sibill           179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
POUGHNELL             Sibill           297     1715         Rent Roll, wase ground in Broad Street for 21 years from 1709 at 6d
POWELL                ? Mr             202     1715         ye Carpenter
POWELL                Andrew           289     1774         was sworn Constable
POWELL                Edward           286     1767         gentleman; admitted a Burgess
POWELL                Gervase          264     1755         rector of Lanvigan in the county of Brecon admitted to the freedom
POWELL                John             300     1738         Rent Roll, house and garden at Daubin Pitts at 1s
POWELL                John             301     c1738        Rent Roll, land at Dobbin Pits
POWELL                Joshua           263     1751         clerk of Llantwit Major; admitted Burgess
POWELL                Llewellin        257     1747         yeoman of Llanfihangel-y-fedw; admitted freeman or Burgess
POWELL                Roger            262     1751         of Enau'r-y-glyn, Glamorgan. admitted Burgess, No fee
POWELL                Roger esq        247     1741         regarding proposed new Town Hall
POWELL                Thomas           176     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a house & garden
POWELL                Thomas           178     1712/13      Vacancys & Non Cullec'ons for a house - 0. 1. 8
POWELL                Thomas           181     1712         was paid 10s by disbursments on the Towne Account
POWELL                Thomas           181     1712         was paid 1s 5d by disbursments on the Towne Account
POWELL                Thomas           185     1713         Carpenter; was paid 3s 6d for makeing the seat in Church
POWELL                Thomas           231     1725         was paid 13s 6d for a Plank & work about the Scaffelling
POWELL                William          190     1711         was paid �12s for 12 Cusheens
POWELL                William          196     1715/16      Attorny 
POWELL                William          274     1759         of Lanharran, barrister at law
POWELL                William          299     1738         Rent Roll, a shop under shoemakers hall
POWELL                William          300     1738         Rent Roll, Ground by the house, 6d
POWELL                William., esq    259     1748         Barrister at Law, of the Inner Temple London
POWELL                Wm Richards      283     1767         admitted a Burgess
PREIST                ? Mr             181     1712         was paid �7s.6d. by disbursments on the Towne Account 
PREIST                ? Mr             209     1718         was paid for a debt due on the Church for Lime
PRICE                 Arthur           212     1719         was paid for 7 days work tending ye masons 5s 10d
PRICE                 Arthur           275     1761         tallow chandler, admitted Burgess or ffreeman
PRICE                 Charles          275     1759         tallow chandler; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee 3s 4d
PRICE                 Christopher      228     1723         was paid 1s for Ale
PRICE                 Christopher      258     1748         was sworn Constable
PRICE                 Daniel           302     1738         labourer of Egglwsylan
PRICE                 Jn.              213     1719         half a year for ye Plough 6d
PRICE                 Jn.              216     1720         Chandler; was paid 6s for Candles
PRICE                 Jno              177     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for 18 acr. of upland - 0. 6. 10
PRICE                 Jno              177     1712/13      for his Poor's rate - 0. 15. 0
PRICE                 John             203     1716         was paid 2s 9d for candles
PRICE                 John             216     1720         glover; a stable 8d
PRICE                 John             223     1724         Chandeller; for 2 doz and 9 pounds of Candles at 5s
PRICE                 John             234     1729         bookbinder; (vacancyes) a house half vaccant 1s 3d
PRICE                 John             275     1759         chapman; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee 3s 4d
PRICE                 Jon.             209     1718         was paid 5s 9d for Candles
PRICE                 Mary             237     1731         the wife of John PRICE
PRICE                 Morgan           296     1715         Rent Roll, the houses by Stone Bridge for 99 years from 1671 at 3s
PRICE                 Morgan           299     1738         Rent Roll, a messuage or decayed house, for 99 years from 1671 at 3s
PRICE                 Nich's.          180     1712         "for makeing Nich's PRICE ffree"
PRICE                 Nicholas         252     1744         victualler; sworn into the office of Constable
PRICE                 Nicholas., esq   291     1777         of Pontypandy, was sworn Burgess or Freeman
PRICE                 Richard          303     1737         Common Attorney
PRICE                 Thomas           254     1745         tailor; sworn Constable
PRICE                 Thomas           263     1751         gentleman; admitted Burgess
PRICE                 Thomas           263     1751         rector of Merthyr Tydfil; admitted Burgess
PRICE                 Thomas           279     1763         taylor; sworn into the Office of Serjeants at Mace
PRICE                 William          286     1769         gentleman of Watford in the County of Glamorgan; admitted a Burgess
PRICHARD              Ann              285     1767         aged 10yrs apprenticed, due to Captain Price's Charity
PRICHARD              David            252     1744         joiner; admitted freeman
PRICHARD              David            254/5   1745/6       joiner; sworn Serjeant at Mace
PRICHARD              David            256     1746         Serjeant at Mace
PRICHARD              David            258     1747         joiner, of Cardiff
PRICHARD              David            259     1748         gentleman of Wick; was made "Freeman"
PRICHARD              David            262     1753         joyner; duly elected admitted and sworn Common Councell man
PRICHARD              David            265     1758         assistant, elected Alderman
PRICHARD              David., esq      288     1773         was sworn Bailiff
PRICHARD              Edward., jnr     261     1749         yeoman of Wick; sworn burgess or ffreeman
PRICHARD              John             263     1753         was sworn Constable
PRICHARD              Richard          244     1739         gentleman of Collunna,Glamorgan. made ffreeman or Burgess
PRICHARD              William          263     1753         was sworn Constable
PRICHARD              William          294     1777         joiner; admitted Burgess
PRIEST                ?                191     1712         was paid for Lyme 2s 11d
PRIEST                John             253     1744         of Cardiff; Malster
PRIEST                John             282     1766         regarding "Brewhouse" on the North
PRIEST                Nicholas         282     1766         mariner; admitted a Burgess
PRIEST                Richard          253     1744         of Cardiff; Mariner
PRIEST                Richard          282     1766         regarding "Storehouse" on the South
PRIEST                Richard., jnr    282     1766         mariner; admitted a Burgess
PRIEST                Robert           186     1713/14      was paid 4s 1d for Lime for the Pump
PRIEST                Robert           287     1770         apothecary of Bristol; sworn Capital Burgess
PRIEST                Robert           306     1740         was paid for ye Carriage of Lead to Bristoll as per receipt 1s 6d
PURCEL                Alexander        282     1766         goldsmith; appointed Alderman
PURCEL                Alexander        291     1777         late Bailiff; regarding the "Cardiff School"
PURCEL                Alexander        292     1777         Alderman, deceased
PURCEL                Elizabeth        293     1777         Lease on the House & garden called Little Troy
PURCEL                John             286     1768         was sworn Constable
PURCELL               Alexander        265     1758         goldsmith; chosen Capital Burgess
PURCELL               Alexander., esq  261     1749         alderman, lately deceased
PURCELL               Alexander., jnr  179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
PURCELL               Alexander., snr  259     1748         deceased
PURCELL               Alexr. snr       179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
PURCELL               John             258     1747         s/o William PURCELL of Cardiff (shoemaker); was bound apprentice
PURCELL               William          258     1747         s/o William PURCELL of Cardiff (shoemaker); was bound apprentice
PURCELL               William          280     1763         shoemaker; sworn into the office of Constables
PURSELL               Alex'r. jnr      185     1714
PURSELL               Alex'r. snr      185     1714
PURSELL               Alex.            213     1719         for Kingshead half a year 1s 8d (vacancies in ye church rate)
PURSELL               Alex. jnr        216     1720         was paid for buildig ye new wall in ye Belfrey
PURSELL               Alex. Snr        216     1720         vacant; ye Kings head 4s 2d
PURSELL               Alexander, jnr   221     1714         bailiff in the yeare 1714             
READ                  Edward           253     1744         of Wick; yeoman
REASON                George           302     1738         of Stokeunderham
REECE                 Margarett        238     1731         Pedler; was paid 1s for flannen for Rolers for Edwd WILLIAMS leg
REECE                 Morgan           237     1731         constable
REED                  John             245     1739         yeoman; of Wicke admitted freeman
REES                  Daniel           228     1723         was paid for a fortnights work 14s
REES                  Daniel           301     1738         of Ranthogsaint in Carmarthensh: & his family
REES                  Edmund Thomas    254     1745         of Llanfedw; admitted to the freedom
REES                  Hugh             233     1729         paid to Hugh REES for 12 yds and half of cloth & Coloured Linnen to make a gown for Ann AYLWOOD
REES                  John             239     1736         yeoman; disfranchised
REES                  Margaret         299     1738         Rent Roll, a shop under the Hall for 21 years from 1728. expired
REES                  Morgan           192     1711/12      Mason; was buried
REES                  Morgan           257     1747         yeoman of Llanishen; admitted freeman or Burgess
REES                  Thomas           234     1729         (vacancyes) a house his wife poor unpaid
REES                  William          275     1761         mariner; admitted Burgess or ffreeman
RICHARD               Christopher      242     1738         yeoman; of St Donats
RICHARD               David            254     1745         of Marcross; admitted to the freedom
RICHARD               Evan             271     1759         ffisherman; sworn Constable
RICHARD               Thomas           283     1767         sworn a Constable
RICHARD               William          252     1744         victualler; sworn into the office of Constable
RICHARD               William          263     1753         yeoman of Llanishen, admitted Burgess
RICHARDS              ? Mr             196     1714         paid Mr RICHARDS 3s 6d for an order of removeing the family of the Kings Castle
RICHARDS              George           283     1767         revd, clerk, admitted a Burgess
RICHARDS              John             211     1719         mason; for mending ye North Porch 1s
RICHARDS              John             222     1714         was paid 8s 6d for something he did on the Stone Bridge " Posterity must be content to remain in ignorance of what he did to earn the sum"
RICHARDS              John., esq, snr  291     1777         was sworn Burgess or Freeman
RICHARDS              Mich:            195     1715         "Vacancys" 1s 6d
RICHARDS              Michael          176     1711/12      Town Clerk
RICHARDS              Michael          179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
RICHARDS              Michael          181/2   1712         was paid 2s 2d for a bond
RICHARDS              Michael          194     1715         was paid �RICHARDS              Michael          200     1716         Towne Clerke
RICHARDS              Michael          220     1724         signed a document
RICHARDS              Michael          296     1715         Rent Roll, quarter of an acre by the George, for 21 years from 1710 at 2s
RICHARDS              Michael., esq    278     1762
RICHARDS              Rachaell         193     1711/12      was buried
RICHARDS              Will.            220     1724         signed a document
RICHARDS              William          176     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a house -  0. 7. 6 
RICHARDS              William          177     1712/13      Overseer of the poor, Parish of St Mary's
RICHARDS              William          179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
RICHARDS              William          194     1715         was paid 5s 
RICHARDS              William          251     1743         "indebted to the sum of eighty pounds"
RICHARDS              William          283     1766         gentleman, admitted a Burgess
RICHARDS              William          295     c1715        Rent Roll, cottage & garden in Worton Street
RICHARDS              William          296     1715         Rent Roll, a stable and garden, for the life of Thomasin DAVIES from 1673
RICHARDS              William., esq    184     1713         was paid 15s
RICHARDS              William., esq    283     1766         admitted a Burgess
RICHARDS              William., esq    298     1738         Rent Roll, various property for 99 years from 1731
RICHARDS              Wm               177     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; or tenant for ye Domball -  0. 2. 0
ROBERT                Thomas           289     1774         was sworn Constable
ROBERT                William          258     1748         was sworn Constable
ROBERTS               Edward           217     1720         "received of Edward ROBERTS 3s 4d being made ffree"
ROBINS                ?                195     1715         "Vacancys" 12s
ROBOTHAM              John             296     1715         Rent Roll, a house by the North Gate for 99 years from 1701
ROGER                 Howell           188     1714/15      was paid for Tyleing & sealing ye Church �.15s.11d
ROSSER                Isaac            241     1737         sworn constable for the town
ROSSER                Isaac            261     1749         was sworn Constable
ROSSER                Isaac            283     1767         sworn a Constable
ROSSER                Isaac            284     1767         glazier; admitted Burgess
ROSSER                Isaac            286     1769         glazier; was sworn Serjeant at Mace
ROSSER                Jacob            254     1745         shoemaker; sworn Constable
ROSSER                Jacob            258     1748         was sworn Serjeant at Mace
ROSSER                Thomas           189     1711         was paid �8s for mending ye Church-windows
ROSSER                Thomas           191     1712         was paid for mending Church windows
ROSSER                Thomas           201     1716         Comon Attorny
ROSSER                Thomas           204     1718         overseer of the poor of the parish of St Johns
ROSSER                Thomas           208     1717         was paid 6s 10d for Glazeing work
ROSSER                Thomas           212     1719         Glazier
ROSSER                Thomas           223     1724         Glazier;
ROSSER                Thomas           224     1724         was paid for Glaseing 9s 1d
ROSSER                Walter           252     1744         malster; sworn one of the serjeants at Mace
ROSSER                Walter           302     1739         substantiall householder; appointed Overseer for the Parish of St.Johns
ROWAND                John             286     1768         linen draper of Bristol; was sworn a Burgess
ROWBOTAM              ? Mrs            179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
ROWLAND               Edmund           289     1774         was sworn Constable
ROWLAND               John             271     1759         labourer; sworn Constable
RUSHWORTH             Edward           240     1737         gentleman of London; was admitted a burgess or ffreeman of this Corporation
RUSSELL               John             194     1715         was paid �0.8d
SABINE                Samuel           284     1767         gentleman; admitted Burgess
SAUNDERS              Edward           262     1751         surgeon; admitted Burgess
SAVOURS               Robert           264     1757         was sworn Bailiff
SAVOURSE              Robert           263     1753         mercer; admitted Burgess
SAVOURSE              William          242     1738         of St Donas, Clk
SCANDRETT             William          280     1765         butcher; sworn in as Constable
SCOTT                 John             253     1744         barber; of St John's Parish
SCUDAMORE             Nicholas         296     1715         Rent Roll, a house by Blunch Gate, for 99 years from 1670 (now William LAMBERT)
SCURFIELD             William          288     1773         was sworn Bailiff
SEABROOK              ? Mr             215     1720         several labourers were paid to assist Mr SEABROOK about ye new Gallery
SEABROOK              ? Mr             300     1738         Rent Roll, "Centry Ho:
SEABROOK              Lott             243     1738         joyner; of Cardiff
SEABROOK              Thomas           241     1737         Joyner; was elected to be a Capitall Burgess
SEABROOK              Thomas           249     1741         signature on document
SEABROOK              Thomas           255     1746         capital burgess, elected Alderman
SEABROOK              Thomas           270     1758         alderman; signature on document
SEABROOK              Thomas., Mr      260     1749         was sworn Alderman
SEABROOKE             Thomas           256     1746         joiner; was sworn Alderman
SEABROOKE             Thomas           263     1754         joiner; admitted Burgess
SEATON                Charles          280     1765         merchant of Bristol; sworn and admitted a Burgess or ffreeman
SEWARD                ? Mr             222     1714
SHEARS                ? Mrs            214     1720         was paid 2s 6d for washing ye Surples
SHEERES               ? Mr             179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
SHEERES               ? Mr             196     1714         paid Mr SHEERES cloth for badges (badges to be worn by paupers)
SHEERES               Pethuel          182     1712         bailiff
SHEERS                ? Mr             178     1712         paid for Towne Rent
SHEERS                ? Mrs            202     1716         was paid �7s for making a new surplice & washing ye linnen
SHEERS                John             296     1715         Rent Roll, waste ground for 99 yrs from 1701. Now Pethual SHEERS
SHEERS                Margarett        223     1724         was paid 18s 6d for Washing, and mending ye Church linen
SHEERS                Pethual          296     1715
SMITH                 ? Mr             177     1711/12      The toll of the Rate;
SMITH                 John             190     1711         was paid for killing a Poll Catt 4d
STEPHENS              Benjamine        234     1729         (vacancys) a shop he being poor
STEPHENS              Elizabeth        225     1724         was paid 17s 6d for for washing ye surplus & cleaning ye plate 4 times.
STEPHENS              George           176     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a garden - O. 0. 7
STEPHENS              George           180     1712         Late Bailiff; "Towne Collecc'ons"
STEPHENS              George           189     1711         Churchwarden of ye Parish of St John the Baptist
STEPHENS              George           193     1711/12      son of George STEPHENS alderman, was buried
STEPHENS              George           217     1720         bailiff for the yeare 1720
STEPHENS              Philip           254     1745         sworn bailiff
STEPHENS              Phillip          192     1711/12      his daughter was buried
STEPHENS              Phillip          201     1716         Comon Attorny
STEPHENS              Phillip          238     1736         signed a document
STEPHENS              Phillip          251     1743         tobacconist; elected an alderman
STEPHENS              Phillip          264     1757         was sworn Bailiff
STEPHENS              Phillip., esq    279     1763         sworn into the Office of Bailiffs
STEPHENS              Thomas           245     1739         tobacconist; sworn Serjeant at Mace
STEPHENS              Thomas           281     1766         shopkeeper; admitted to the freedom
STEPHENS              Thomas           283     1767         shopkeeper; admitted a Burgess
STEPHENS              William          307     1740         was paid for 300L of Thatching Straw
STEWARD               ? Mr             174     1708
STIBBS                John             283     1767         sworn a Constable
STIBBS                Lionel           286     1769         was sworn Constable
STIBBS                Lionel           288     1773         inkeeper; was sworn Serjeant at Mace
STIBBS                Thomas           265     1757         shoemaker; sworn Burgess or ffreeman
STIBBS                Thomas           280     1763         shoemaker; sworn into the office of Constables
STIBBS                Thomas           290     1776         was sworn Serjeant at Mace
STONE                 ?                192     1711/12      daughter of Mr STONE buried
STONE                 Edward           286     1768         was sworn Constable
STONE                 Elianor          222     1713         received poor money
STONE                 John             275     1759         victualler; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee 3s 4d
STONE                 Sampson          184     1713         was paid 8s
STONE                 Sampson          221     1714         paid 3s 4d for his ffreedom
STONE                 Sampson          235     1730         was given 5s by the bayliffes order
STONE                 Sampson          245     1739         barber; sworn one of the clerks of the Markett
STONE                 Sampson jnr      233     1729         was paid 2s 6d being poor
STONE                 Sampson jnr      233     1729         was paid 5s by order from the Bayliffs
STONE                 Sampson snr      233     1729         was paid 4s 5d
STONE                 William          262     1750         perukemaker; was sworn Constable
STRADFORD             Wenllian         296     1715         Rent Roll, "A Cott by Black Wears" for 2 lives from 1670 at 1s
STRAHAN               James            280     1765         merchant of Bristol; admitted a Burgess
STRATFORD             Rees             234     1729         2s paid out for a shroud for his child
STUART                James            286     1769         was sworn Constable
SWEET                 ? Mr             213     1719         charged for 12 acres of land at Orchard Street, whereas but 2 acres 10s
SWEET                 ? Mrs            300     1738         Rent Roll, widow; a cot and garden in Warton Street, at 1s. Lease expired. now in the possession of Francis MORRIS
SWEET                 John             200     1716         signed a document
SWEET                 John             211     1719         Councillor
SWEET                 John             296     1715         Rent Roll, "Part of ye New Angell" for 99 years from 1669 (late Henry DRAPER)
SWEET                 Jon.             219     1721         was paid the balance of his account of the Church
SWEET                 Joseph           300     1738         Rent Roll, the New Angel from 1669 now Joseph Sweet
SWEET                 Joseph           303     1736         was paid 1L. 8s
SWEET                 Mary             176     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a house - 0. 0. 7
SWEET                 Mary             178     1712/13      Late., for 2 houses - 0. 2. 1
SWEET                 Mary             295     1715         (late Mary SWEET) Rent Roll, cottage & garden in Worton Street for 99yrs from 1698
TANNER                Arthur           262     1753         currier; duly elected admitted and sworn Common Councell man
TANNER                Arthur           288     1773         deceased
TANNER                Arthur           301     1752         Rent Roll, house and lands out of West Gate
TANNER                Arthur., esq     280     1765         sworn into the office of Bailiffs
TANNER                Jno              260     1749         signature
TANNER                John             243     1739         signature on document
TANNER                Nathaniel        205     1718         paid 2s poor allowance
TANNER                Natt.            205     1718         "paid for a pare of Breetches for Natt TANNER 2s 6d"
TANNER                Natt.            205     1718         paid for Natt TANNER 3 yards of Dowlas (Welsh Cloth, originally made at Dowlais)
TANNER                Phillip          197     1714         was paid 3s 3d for shoes & Stockings for his son
TANNER                Phillip          198     1714         13s 11d was paid to cure his son's legg
TANNER                Phillip          230     1725         It. 2s 6d
TANNER                Rees             192     1711/12      was buried
THOMAS                ? Mrs            235     1730         midwife; was paid 5s for being with Eliz. MORGAN
THOMAS                Alice            301     c1738        Rent Roll, land at Dobbin Pits; 99 years from 1671 at 1s
THOMAS                Ann              193     1715         daughter of Priscilla & William THOMAS
THOMAS                Ann              301     1743         Rent Roll, two rooms under the Hall, for lives, from 1743 at 6d
THOMAS                Anne             206     1718         "paid for washing of her when she was dead and put her out to three women 1s 6d"
THOMAS                Anne             206     1718         "paid more for tending & watching day & night when she was in her death bed"
THOMAS                Anne             206     1718         widow of Nicholas THOMAS was paid 1s relief                    
THOMAS                Catharine        298     1718         Settlement paper
THOMAS                David            241     1737         sworn constable for the town
THOMAS                David            257     1747         yeoman of Llantwit Major; admitted freeman or Burgess
THOMAS                Edmond           185     1713         Overseer of the Poor
THOMAS                Edmund           228     1723         was paid for lime
THOMAS                Edmund           231     1725         was paid for lime
THOMAS                Edmund           284     1767         yeoman of Llantwit Vaerdre; admitted a Burgess
THOMAS                Edmund           302     1738         of St Andrews Taylor & his family
THOMAS                Edmund., Sir     297     1715         Rent Roll, waste ground behind the Red House, for 61 years from 1710 at 3s 4d
THOMAS                Edward           206     1718         "taken from Natt TANNER to give to Edward THOMAS every fortnight 6d"
THOMAS                Edward           214     1720         was paid 1s 6d "for ffishing ye blocks about ye new wall"
THOMAS                Edward           237     1731         weaver; to buy medicines
THOMAS                Edward           245     1739         ffisherman sworn Constable
THOMAS                Edward           254     1745         of Llanedern; yeoman admitted to the freedom
THOMAS                Edward           263     1753         yeoman of Llanishen, admitted Burgess
THOMAS                Edward           280     1765         tiler; sworn in as Constable
THOMAS                Edward           291     1776         was sworn Constable
THOMAS                Edward           297     1715         Rent Roll, two shops under the Hall, at 15s
THOMAS                Edward           299     1738         Rent Roll, 2 shops under the Council Room, for 21 years from 1737. expired
THOMAS                Edward., esq     300     1738         Rent Roll, Late Edward THOMAS a house in Barry Lane, 1s. now Alderman MATHEWS
THOMAS                Evan             254     1745         of Llantrisant; yeoman, admitted to the freedom
THOMAS                Fflorence        194     1715         was paid �4s
THOMAS                George           237     1731         paid for ale at the funeral of his child 1s
THOMAS                Henry            243     1738         yeoman of Monknash
THOMAS                Ja:              202     1716         clerk; was paid 12s for Ringing
THOMAS                Jacob            275     1760         tyler; sworn Burgess
THOMAS                James            178     1712         paid for Towne Rent
THOMAS                James            228     1723         "Pr the presentment 4s"
THOMAS                James            230     1725         16s for his ffunerall expences
THOMAS                James            254     1745         of Llanharry; yeoman, admitted to the freedom
THOMAS                James            265     1757         "The younger" yeoman of Llanharry, sworn Burgess or ffreeman
THOMAS                Jno              194     1715         was paid �4s.
THOMAS                Jo.              295     1766         Town Clerk
THOMAS                John             179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
THOMAS                John             191     1712         was paid for whiteliming the Church
THOMAS                John             225     1724         Goyder (welsh) = Weaver
THOMAS                John             235     1729         painter
THOMAS                John             237     1731         "an order of delivering John THOMAS and Anne JOSEPH to the Churchwardens of Lannedern (Llanederyn)"
THOMAS                John             243     1739         deputy town clerk; elected to be an assistant or Capitall Burgess
THOMAS                John             253     1744         Assistant Capitall Burgess; deceased
THOMAS                John             254     1745         millwright; admitted to the freedom
THOMAS                John             254     1745         millwright; sworn Constable
THOMAS                John             262     1750         was elected Alderman
THOMAS                John             263     1754         gentleman, Town Clerk, admitted Burgess
THOMAS                John             265     1758         town clerk; chosen Capital Burgess
THOMAS                John             272     1759         town clerk
THOMAS                John             297     1715         Rent Roll, a cot and garden in Catt Hays, for 21 years from 1699, 1s
THOMAS                John             297     1715         Rent Roll, John THOMAS, late Lewis JOHN, a cottage and garden near the Tucking Mill for 99 years from 1669 at 1s
THOMAS                John             299     1738         Rent Roll, a curtilage & stable for 26 years from 1728 at 6d. expired
THOMAS                John             299     1738         Rent Roll, eldest son of William THOMAS, malster, (see John DAVID c1734 page 299)
THOMAS                John             301     1738         of Carmarthen and his family
THOMAS                John             302     1738         of St Brides Super Ely and his family
THOMAS                John             302     1738         staymaker of Ewenny
THOMAS                John., jnr       238     1736         the Deputy Town Clerk
THOMAS                John., jnr       243     1739         D.Town Clerk
THOMAS                John., jnr       286     1767         gentleman; admitted a Burgess                                                
THOMAS                John., Mr        264     1757         town clerk
THOMAS                John., Mr        306     1740         malster; was paid for Laths
THOMAS                Joseph           257     1747         Sadler, of Cardiff; admitted freeman or Burgess, fee 3s 4d
THOMAS                Joseph           258     1748         was sworn Constable
THOMAS                Letice           300     1738         Rent Roll, cottage & garden at Cathas for 21 years from 1728, now Philip WILLIAM. expired
THOMAS                Margaret         299     1738         Rent Roll, a house & orchard for 21 years from 1728 "expired" now Thos. MATHEWS Carpenter
THOMAS                Miles            216     1720         vacant; for Green Dragon 2s 1d
THOMAS                Miles            286     1769         labourer; admitted a Burgess
THOMAS                Morgan           284     1767         yeoman of Llanwit Vaerdre; admitted a Burgess
THOMAS                Nicholas         195     1715         "Vacancys" house 9d
THOMAS                Nicholas         206     1718         deceased Husband of Anne THOMAS 
THOMAS                Phillip          265     1757         yeoman of Cayre, sworn Burgess or ffreeman
THOMAS                Priscilla        193     1715         Ordered yt the wife of Wm THOMAS and their child Ann age 4 mnths be removed to St Nicholas                                                    
THOMAS                Rees             203     1716         was paid 1s for killing 10 fitch hogs
THOMAS                Richard          257     1747         yeoman of Lisvane; admitted freeman or Burgess
THOMAS                Rowland          284     1767         yeoman of Llantrisant; admitted a Burgess
THOMAS                Thomas           252     1744         ffarrier; sworn into the office of Constable
THOMAS                Thomas           285     1767         yeoman of Eglwysilan; admitted a Burgess
THOMAS                Thomas           286     1770         gentleman, Town Clerk of Cardiff; admitted a Burgess
THOMAS                Thomas           292     1777         gentleman; Capital Burgess, to be Alderman
THOMAS                Thomas           293     1777         Town Clerk
THOMAS                William          179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
THOMAS                William          193     1715         Husband of Priscilla THOMAS
THOMAS                William          235     1730         overseer of the poor of the parish of St John the Baptist
THOMAS                William          254     1745         apothecary; admitted to the freedom
THOMAS                William          254     1745         of Sully; mariner, admitted to the freedom
THOMAS                William          257     1747         yeoman of Llanishen; admitted freeman or Burgess
THOMAS                William          258     1748         late of Cardiff, fisherman.
THOMAS                William          258     1748         s/o William THOMAS late of Cardiff (fisherman); was bound apprentice
THOMAS                William          258     1748         was sworn Constable
THOMAS                William          262     1750         gentleman of Dyffryn Ffrwd admitted a Burgess
THOMAS                William          264     1757         sworn Constable
THOMAS                William          286     1768         labourer; was sworn a Burgess
THOMAS                William          289     1774         mason; was sworn Constable
THOMAS                William          295     1715         Rent Roll, (late William THOMAS) two cottages and land near Dawpin pitts for 94 years from 1675     
THOMAS                William          300     1738         Rent Roll, two cottages and land at Dawbin Pitts, for 94 years from 1675 at 11s 8d
THOMAS                William          301     1738         labourer of Lanwono
THOMAS                William          301     1738         of Landaffe and his family
THOMAS                William          302     1738         shoemaker of Coity
THOMAS                William          304     1737         "who received a loss by ffire. paid 1s"
THOMAS alias Goyder   John             297     1715         Rent Roll, a house by the Gallhouse at 3s 4d
THOMAS alias VAIER    Maud             177     1712/13      paid - 0. 10. 0. for her burial
TOMB                  John             254     1745         of Saint Donat's; yeoman, admitted to the freedom
TRAHERNE              Llewellin., esq  271     1759         sworn Burgess or ffreeman
TURNER                ? Mr             203     1716         was paid �5s for work done in putting up ye dial
VAIER alias THOMAS    Maud             177     1712/13      paid - 0. 10. 0. for her burial
VAN                   Thomas           245     1739         farrier; admitted freeman
VEER                  John             237     1731         his son was looked after by Eliz. GIBBON
VOAKS                 Geo.             212     1719         was pad 15s for "Tending ye Mason about ye Window"
VOKES                 ?                188     1714/15      was paid 2 days work. 1s 8d
WADE                  Lewis            188     1714/15      was paid 2s 6d for White Lime
WADE                  William          205     1718         was paid 8s 4d for Indentures by the Bailiffs orders
WADE                  William          263     1753         was sworn Constable
WALTER                Christopher      239     1736         yeoman; disfranchised
WALTER                Evan             198     1714         paid 5s for expences to St Nicholas with Evan WALTER & ffamily
WALTERS               Edward., Mr      260     1749         apothecary; sworn assistant
WARD                  William          189     1714/15      paid Mr Wm WARD of Possett �5s.6d
WATERS                ? Mr             234     1729         the Constable; was paid 2s 6d
WATERS                Edward           259     1748         apothecary of Uske in the county of Monmouth; was made "Freeman"
WATERS                Edward           263     1753         gentleman of Pilcott, admitted Burgess
WATERS                Edward           270     1758         capital Burgess; signature on document
WATERS                James            275     1761         baker; admitted Burgess or ffreeman
WATERS                John             271     1759         sadler; admitted to the ffreedom, fee 6s 8d
WATERS                John             271     1759         sadler; sworn Constable
WATERS                John             290     1776         was sworn Serjeant at Mace
WATERS                Mary             300     1738         Rent Roll, "Centry Ho:" for 99 years from 1752 at 5s
WATERS                Thomas           258     1747         s/o Mary WATERS, widow; was bound apprentice
WATERS                Thomas           271     1759         tallow chandler; admitted to the freedom, fee 6s 8d
WATERS                Thomas           283     1767         tallow chandler; was sworn Sejeant at Mace
WATERS                William          241     1737         bayliffe
WATHAN                William          254     1745         of Llantwit; yeoman, admitted to the freedom
WATKIN                John             252     1744         joyner; sworn into the office of Constable
WATKIN                John             274     1759         carpenter; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee 3s 4d
WATKIN                Marma:           306     1740         was paid 4s for carrying tyle to the hall and carrying away ye rubbell
WATKIN                Rees             225     1724         "2s 6d moneys uncollected & Vacancyes in the High Street Ward"
WATKIN                Robert           189     1711         was paid 4d for killing a Polcatt
WATKIN                Robert           234     1729         1s paid to old Robert WATKIN being poor
WATKIN                Robert           263     1754         mariner; admitted Burgess
WATKIN                Robert           270     1758         marriner; was sworn a Burgess
WATKIN                Thomas           254     1745         shoemaker; sworn Constable
WATKIN                William          198     1714         Vacancies; Kings Castle
WATKINS               Catherine        299     1738         Rent Roll, wife of Evan WATKINS
WATKINS               Evan             238     1731         to his wife for makeing two shrouds 3s
WATKINS               Evan             299     1738         Rent Roll, a messuage & shop in Broad Street, for 99 years from 1734
WATKINS               George           242     1737         gentleman; elected alderman
WATKINS               George           258     1748         alderman; was sworn bailiff
WATKINS               George           262     1750         alderman; was sworn bailiff
WATKINS               George           263     1754         gentleman; admitted Burgess
WATKINS               George           288     1773         deceased
WATKINS               George           299     1738         Rent Roll, a curtilage & garden on the Heath (formerly belonging to Anne NOWELL)
WATKINS               George., esq     260     1749         bailiff
WATKINS               George., Mr      300     1738         Rent Roll, the Park, at 2s
WATKINS               George., Mr      306     1740         was paid for tile
WATKINS               Joyce            225     1724         "10d moneys uncollected & vacancyes in the High Street Ward"
WATKINS               Rees             237     1731         was paid 12s for two coffins
WATKINS               Robert           253     1744         of Cardiff; Mariner
WATKINS               William          288     1773         was sworn Bailiff
WATKINS               William          299     1738         Rent Roll, son of Evan & Catherine WATKINS
WATTERS               Edward., Mr      260     1749         witness to document
WATTS                 Henry            234     1729         tenent of Mr Michael RICHARDS
WATTS                 Henry            241     1737         sworn constable for the town
WEBB                  Abraham          284     1767         yeoman of Sully; admitted a Burgess
WEBB                  Thomas           239     1736         yeoman; disfranchised
WELLS                 ? Mr             189     1714/15      was paid for wine for ye Sacrament
WELLS                 ? Mr             202     1715         was paid 16s for wine for ye sacrament
WELLS                 Anstance         217     1721         was paid for Wine
WELLS                 Cradock          209     1719         concerning lands & temements in trust for the Educatting of Poor Boys & Girls by his last will & Testament
WELLS                 Cradock          292     1777         "by his last Will and Testament give and devise certain tenements & Lands in the Parish of St John"
WELLS                 Cradock          296     1715         Rent Roll, (late Cradock WELLS, esq) "A shopp and Shooemakrs Hall" for 99 years from 1662
WELLS                 Cradock          299     1738         Rent Roll, a shop under shoemakers hall, for 99 years from 1664 at 6d
WELLS                 Mary             192     1711/12      was buried
WELLS                 Nath.            247     1741/2       schoolmaster; sends in his resignatation
WELLS                 Nath:            185     1714         alderman
WELLS                 Nathaniel        201     1716         signed a document
WELLS                 Nathaniell       190     1712         churchwarden of ye Parish Church of St John ye Baptist
WESTLY                George           245     1739         yeoman; of Lantwitt admitted freeman
WHITE                 Emanuel          286     1769         hatmaker; admitted a Burgess
WHITE                 Jn               215     1720         was paid for a days work 1s 6d
WHITEING              Hugh             294     1777         tallow chandler; admitted Burgess
WHITEING              John             253     1744         "The younger" shopkeeper
WHITEING              John             262     1750         was elected Alderman
WHITEING              John             289     1774         was sworn Constable
WHITEING              John             298     1738         Rent Roll, a shop in Broad Street, for 99 years from 1737, at 1s
WHITING               Hugh             286     1768         was sworn Constable
WILKIN                Christopher      239     1736         yeoman; disfranchised
WILKIN                Edward           257     1747         yeoman of Llantwit Major; admitted freeman or Burgess
WILLIAM               Ann              285     1767         aged 10yrs apprenticed, due to Captain Price's Charity
WILLIAM               Edward           237     1731         under the care of Edward THOMAS
WILLIAM               Edward           254     1745         of Nash; yeoman, admitted to the freedom
WILLIAM               Griffith         264     1757         sworn Constable
WILLIAM               Henry            201     1716         was paid 1s 6d for keeping the Clock & Chimes
WILLIAM               John             284     1767         yeoman of Llantwit Vaerdre; admitted a Burgess
WILLIAM               John             302     1738         labourer of Roath
WILLIAM               John             306     1740         millwright
WILLIAM               Lewis            263     1751         victualler; admitted Burgess
WILLIAM               Lewis            302     1738         blacksmith of Merthir
WILLIAM               Morgan           183     1713         Comon Attorny of this Towne of Cardiff
WILLIAM               Morgan           189     1714/15      was paid by Rate 18s 6d
WILLIAM               Morgan           284     1767         yeoman of Pentyrch; admitted a Burgess
WILLIAM               Philip           300     1738         Rent Roll, a cottage & garden
WILLIAM               Thomas           263     1753         wheelwright; admitted Burgess
WILLIAM               Thomas           284     1767         yeoman of Llantwit Vaerdre; admitted a Burgess
WILLIAMS              ?                263     1753         of Titton in the county of Somerset, gentleman, admitted Burgess
WILLIAMS              Abraham          275     1761         gentleman; admitted Burgess or ffreeman
WILLIAMS              Abraham          278     1750         regarding Indenture of a certain parcell of Waste
WILLIAMS              Abraham., esq    276     1762         elected Capital Burgess
WILLIAMS              Ar.              200     1716         signed a document
WILLIAMS              Arthur           211     1719         Councillor
WILLIAMS              Arthur           226     1722         "gave Arthur WILLIAMS wife, by Mr OWENS orders 1s 6d"
WILLIAMS              Arthur           238     1736         signed a document
WILLIAMS              Arthur           239     1737         bayliff; signature on document
WILLIAMS              Arthur           258     1748         alderman; was sworn bailiff                                             
WILLIAMS              Arthur           260     1749         bailiff
WILLIAMS              Arthur           303     1736
WILLIAMS              Arthur           306     1740         bailiff
WILLIAMS              Arthur., esq     252     1744         sworn bailiff
WILLIAMS              Arthur., esq     279     1763         sworn into the Office of Bailiffs
WILLIAMS              Arthur., esq     286     1768         was sworn Bailiff
WILLIAMS              Arthur., jnr     254     1745         of Cardiff; Glover, admitted to the freedom
WILLIAMS              Arthur., Mr      260     1749         the younger; was sworn assistant
WILLIAMS              Bloom            263     1754         apothecary; admitted Burgess, No fee
WILLIAMS              Edward           236     1731
WILLIAMS              Edward           238     1731         paid Edward WILLIAMS 1s for fflax for his leg
WILLIAMS              George           216     1720         vacant; a house 3s 4d
WILLIAMS              George           241     1737         sworn constable for the town
WILLIAMS              George           245     1739         yeoman; of Penllyne admitted freeman
WILLIAMS              George           253     1744         of Cardiff; baker
WILLIAMS              George           265     1758         baker; chosen Capital Burgess
WILLIAMS              George           278     1762         signature on document
WILLIAMS              George           300     1738         Rent Roll, Hugh JONES now George WILLIAMS, an encroachment by his house for 41 years from 1742
WILLIAMS              Henry            184     1713         was paid 7s 6d
WILLIAMS              Henry            186     1713/14      was paid 7s 6d, his quarter payment for keeping ye Clock & Chimes
WILLIAMS              Henry            188     1714/15      was paid for carrying ye Rubbell out & cleaning ye Church
WILLIAMS              Henry            194     1715         overseer of the Poor
WILLIAMS              Henry            195     1715         "Vacancys" 2s 6d
WILLIAMS              Henry            203     1716         was paid 1s 10d for cleaning ye church severall times
WILLIAMS              Henry            263     1754         tallow chandler; admitted Burgess
WILLIAMS              Henry            265     1758         tallow chandler; chosen Capital Burgess
WILLIAMS              Henry            281     1765         tallow chandler; sworn as Common Attorney
WILLIAMS              Henry            301     1738         of Lanwono and his family
WILLIAMS              Henry., jnr      275     1759         tallow chandler; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee 3s 4d
WILLIAMS              James            274     1759         labourer; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee �WILLIAMS              James, esq       300     1738         Rent Roll, some ground before his house for 21 years from 1715, expired
WILLIAMS              James., Mr       297     1715         Rent Roll, waste ground by Castle Gate, for 21 years from 1715 at 6d
WILLIAMS              Jenkin           275     1762         gentleman; admitted Burgess or ffreeman
WILLIAMS              Jenkin           276     1762         elected Capital Burgess
WILLIAMS              Jenkin           279     1762         gentleman; received the freedom
WILLIAMS              Jenkin., Mr      289     1773         Capital Burgess; "who do reside in North America"
WILLIAMS              John             245     1739         ffarrier; sworn Constable
WILLIAMS              John             281     1766         gentleman, was admitted and sworn a Burgess or ffreeman
WILLIAMS              John             286     1768         gentleman of Coed-y-gores; was sworn a Burgess
WILLIAMS              Joshua           284     1767         yeoman of Eglwysilan; admitted a Burgess
WILLIAMS              Llewellin, esq   304     1738         steward; was paid 1L.1s
WILLIAMS              Llewellin., esq  259     1748         Steward of Duffryn; lately deceased
WILLIAMS              Nich.            211     1719         was paid 1s 9d for help to raise ye Great Bell
WILLIAMS              Nicholas         214     1720         was paid for 2 days work 1s 6d
WILLIAMS              Nicholas         219     1721         was paid 1s 8d for rectifyeing a bell
WILLIAMS              Samuel           280     1765         victualler; sworn in as Constable
WILLIAMS              Samuel           284     1767         innkeeper; admitted Burgess
WILLIAMS              Samuel           286     1768         victualler; was sworn Serjeant at Mace
WILLIAMS              Shadrach         280     1763         malster; sworn into the office of Constables
WILLIAMS              Shadrach         281     1766         malster; admitted to the freedom fee 12s 11d
WILLIAMS              Shadrack         284     1767         malster; admitted a Burgess
WILLIAMS              Thomas           177     1711/12      The toll of the Rate; for a house - 0. 1. 2
WILLIAMS              Thomas           179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
WILLIAMS              Thomas           235     1730         overseer of the poor of the parish of St John the Baptist
WILLIAMS              Thomas           243     1738         yeoman of Monknash
WILLIAMS              Thomas           258     1748         was sworn Constable
WILLIAMS              Thomas           259     1748         yeoman of Llanishen; was made "Freeman"
WILLIAMS              Thomas           263     1753         was sworn Constable
WILLIAMS              Thomas           264     1757         carpenter; was sworn Serjeant at Mace
WILLIAMS              Thomas           282     1766         millwright; applyed for a lease on a certain Wast or parcel of Land
WILLIAMS              Thomas           299     1738         Rent Roll, millwright
WILLIAMS              Thomas., esq     179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
WILLIAMS              William          179     1712         paid for Towne Rent
WILLIAMS              William          192     1711/12      a son was buried
WILLIAMS              William          202     1715         was paid �14s for ropes
WILLIAMS              William          211     1719         was paid 6d for Freight
WILLIAMS              William          215     1720         was paid 8s for boards & freight
WILLIAMS              William          296     1715         Rent Roll, (late William WILLIAMS) waste ground by the tan river, for 21 years from 1698
WILLIAMS              William          297     1715         Rent Roll, a shop under the Town Hall, for 21 years from 1710
WILLIAMS              William          302     1738         weaver of Landough near Penarth
WILLIAMS              William          304     1737         was paid 5s for a Bull Rope
WILLIAMS              William., Mr     189     1714/15      of Bristoll; was paid for Lathnailes
WILLSON               Alexander        275     1761         watchmaker; admitted Burgess or ffreeman
WILLSON               Alexander        286     1769         watchmaker; was sworn Serjeant at Mace
WILSON                ? Mr             234     1729         was paid 2s for a shroud had for Rees STRATFORD's child
WOOD                  Wenllian         206     1718         "Dyed"
WRENTMORE             Elias            209     1718         was paid �.2s.11d for the steps in the Church & Chancell
YEOMAN                Henry., esq      290     1776         was sworn Bailiff
YEOMAN                Mary             193     1711/12      was buried
YEOMANS               Ar.              200     1716         signed a document
YEOMANS               Arthur           192     1711/12      a son was buried
YEOMANS               Arthur           201     1716         was elected Alderman, instead of Mr Michael RICHARDS
YEOMANS               Arthur           204     1718         signed a document
YEOMANS               Henry            241     1737         glover; was elected and sworn Capitall Burgess
YEOMANS               Henry            259     1748         Capital Burgess; chosen Alderman
YEOMANS               Henry            261     1749         glover; was sworn an alderman
YEOMANS               Henry            262     1750         alderman; was sworn bailiff
YEOMANS               Henry            263     1754         glover; admitted Burgess
YEOMANS               Henry., esq      280     1765         sworn into the office of Bailiffs
YEOMANS               Henry., esq      286     1768         was sworn Bailiff
YEOMANS               Henry., esq      288     1773         was sworn Bailiff
YOUNG                 Edward           271     1759         carpenter; sworn Constable
YOUNG                 Edward           274     1759         shoemaker; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee �YOUNG                 Thomas           271     1759         carpenter; sworn Constable
YOUNG                 Thomas           274     1759         carpenter; admitted and sworn Burgess, fee �